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Bug #57335 PHP reported emalloc allocation error
Submitted: 2006-11-01 02:40 UTC Modified: 2007-02-25 03:37 UTC
From: netex at 163 dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: APC (PECL)
PHP Version: 5.1.6 OS: FreeBSD 6.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-11-01 02:40 UTC] netex at 163 dot com
APC 3.0.12p2, PHP 5.1.6, FreeBSD 6.1, 4GB RAM, 4GB Swap (Not used)

A lighttpd 1.4.13 + php/fastcgi server reported these lines a few times each day.

php in malloc(): warning: recursive call
FATAL:  emalloc():  Unable to allocate 79 bytes

Not found yet if PHP runs w/o APC.


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 [2006-11-28 09:27 UTC] gopalv82 at yahoo dot com
Is this under a very high system load ? Do you have processes (w/o APC) which die because they exceeded 30 seconds of execution ?
 [2006-11-28 16:16 UTC] oppositelock at sumeet dot info
This isn't anything to do with APC. The same error also occurs when a script like this is run, with or without APC installed.

<?php $foo = ''; while(true) { $foo .= 'bar.baz'; } ?>

It's the web server process running out of memory while running the script, even before the 30-second timeout from PHP occurs.
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