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I use an nginx + php-fpm installation. Php-fpm is installed form ports.
The problem is, that php-fpm children sometimes (not always) got signal 11 when the master process attempts to rotate em:
[10-Apr-2012 20:46:30.072189] DEBUG: pid 14165, fpm_got_signal(), line 72: received SIGCHLD
[10-Apr-2012 20:46:30.072278] WARNING: pid 14165, fpm_children_bury(), line 252: [pool www] child 14590 exited on signal 11 (SIGSEGV) after 121.434207 seconds from start
Seems like this doesn't affect the production process, but anyway this bothers me and I think you will agree that bugs should be attempted to be fixed.
I would be really glad to present you a backtrace, but unfortunately I don't see any corefiles anywhere. Core dumps are enabled, even for suid/gid processes:
# sysctl -a | grep core
But still no cores.
I don't think this is relatred to some particular script.
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I can't do anything w/o a coredump.
You should check your ulimits configuration, the directory where FPM children
process are in (chdir FPM parameter), the rights of this directory and ensure
rlimit_core FPM parameter is not set (to use default ulimit values).
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