ID: 7452
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Apache related
Assigned To: 

Please try latest CVS snapshot from
and if this problem still exists when using it, reopen
this bug report.


Previous Comments:

[2000-12-04 09:19:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Could you please check if this happens also with
PHP 4.0.4RC3:


[2000-10-25 11:59:51] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
compile mod_php with-mm on RedHat 7 with oonly 34M of shared memory. Also compile 
apache to use mod_php (enable_module=most) ps_mm_initialize calls mm_create() and 
passes 0 for pool size. That causes mm_create to try to get hardcoded 67M of shared 
memory. mm_create fails b'zeachine only has 34M ofshared memory available. As a 
result, data->mm is NULL and data->hash will also be assigned to NULL returned from 
mm_caloc, which will later cause a crash in ps_mm_destroy. This means that apache 
crashes on startI think ps_mm_initialize should check the
return from mm_create and pass something other than 0 to it.


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