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Bug #68343 CLI shutdown process exits mid-shutdown
Submitted: 2014-11-04 15:28 UTC Modified: -
From: Danack at basereality dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: CGI/CLI related
PHP Version: 5.6.2 OS: N/A
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2014-11-04 15:28 UTC] Danack at basereality dot com
The PHP shutdown process does not seem to complete when PHP is passed a filename. Instead the function clean_non_persistent_constants appears to abort the process on this line:

I found this by trying to enable the Garbage Collector benchmark as described on:

After recompiling PHP with `export CFLAGS=-DGC_BENCH=1` I expect to see GC benchmarks after every php script is run. Instead only scripts that are piped in to PHP give benchmarks.


Running `php < memTest.php` - this appears to exit properly and shows the GC benchmarks

Running `php memTest.php` - this appears to exit prematurely in the clean_non_persistent_constants function.

To be honest, it may have been like this for such a long time that fixing this is a bad idea...and that just moving the GC benchmark output to above where it exits early would be more appropriate.

Test script:

echo "Hello world!";

Expected result:
GC Benchmark output after every script is run.

Actual result:
GC Benchmark output only after scripts are piped into PHP, rather than php running file names.


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