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Bug #79735 OPcache causes "Call to undefined method" errors in exception_handler etc.
Submitted: 2020-06-25 13:15 UTC Modified: 2020-08-02 04:22 UTC
From: ca at lsp dot net Assigned: cmb (profile)
Status: No Feedback Package: opcache
PHP Version: 7.3.19 OS: Windows 10
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2020-06-25 13:15 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
Description:
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(I mentioned this issue in bug 79729.)

OPcache seems to cause "Call to undefined method" errors in the context of `set_exception_handler` and `header_register_callback` callbacks.

I first observed this issue in 7.3.19 on 2020-06-12, two days after enabling OPcache and one day after upgrading from 7.3.18 to 7.3.19.

It looks like this specific behaviour first appeared in 7.3.10.

In 7.3.9 and earlier, PHP exits with "zend_mm_heap corrupted" according to Apache's error log.


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 [2020-06-25 13:29 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
In 7.3.9, PHP exits in that case with status 3221225477 right after an `opcache_reset()` call, and with status 1 if the cache is populated (according to the Apache 2.4.43 error log).

(In 7.3.10 and later, PHP doesn't exit, see above.)
 [2020-06-25 14:01 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
-PHP Version: 7.3.20RC1 +PHP Version: 7.3.19
 [2020-06-25 14:01 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
I'm able to reproduce the issue consistently with two (specific) concurrent Ajax requests (handled by PHP via Apache's mod_php):

* Those Ajax requests always happen in the same order.
* The error always occurs in the same (second) request.
* The error does not occur, if the first request is blocked via the Firefox DevTools.

Both Ajax requests call PHP Debug Bar's [1] `sendDataInHeaders()` method inside a `header_register_callback()`, but only the second Ajax request causes the error:

```
Error thrown with message "Call to undefined method DebugBar\DataCollector\TimeDataCollector::getDataFormatter()"

Stacktrace:
#7 Error in C:\***\vendor\maximebf\debugbar\src\DebugBar\DataCollector\TimeDataCollector.php:214
#6 DebugBar\DataCollector\TimeDataCollector:collect in C:\***\vendor\maximebf\debugbar\src\DebugBar\DebugBar.php:238
#5 DebugBar\DebugBar:collect in C:\***\vendor\maximebf\debugbar\src\DebugBar\DebugBar.php:265
#4 DebugBar\DebugBar:getData in C:\***\vendor\maximebf\debugbar\src\DebugBar\DebugBar.php:321
#3 DebugBar\DebugBar:sendDataInHeaders in C:\***\src\***\DebugBar.php:353
#2 ***\DebugBar:***\Bar\{closure} in C:\***\src\***\AjaxResponse.php:29
#1 ***\Ajax:sendResponse in C:\***\src\***\***.php:2958
#0 ***\***:*** in C:\***\***.php:20
```

(Disabling OPcache also fixes the issue, of course.)


[1] <https://github.com/maximebf/php-debugbar>
 [2020-06-25 14:27 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
I'm unable to reproduce this issue with PHP 7.4.0 - 7.4.7.
 [2020-06-25 14:56 UTC] ca at lsp dot net
To give more context:

The failing method call happens in `TimeDataCollector::collect()`:
<https://github.com/maximebf/php-debugbar/blob/v1.16.3/src/DebugBar/DataCollector/TimeDataCollector.php#L214>

The called method is `DataCollector::getDataFormatter()`:
<https://github.com/maximebf/php-debugbar/blob/v1.16.3/src/DebugBar/DataCollector/DataCollector.php#L69-L75>

(Note that `TimeDataCollector extends DataCollector`.)
 [2020-07-20 13:30 UTC] cmb@php.net
-Status: Open +Status: Feedback -Assigned To: +Assigned To: cmb
 [2020-07-20 13:30 UTC] cmb@php.net
> Those Ajax requests always happen in the same order.

Can you please specify which Ajax requests exactly?
 [2020-08-02 04:22 UTC] php-bugs at lists dot php dot net
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