thanks for your help. I guess a bit hard for us to upgrade all servers to
RedHat 6.2 or above.  I should check with RedHat or look at the glib stuff
even I did upgrade the glib to 2.1.3 on redhat 6.1 and does not help.

thanks again


-----Original Message-----
From: Jani Taskinen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Sunday, 4 March 2001 11:03 AM
To: Sherman Chan
Cc: 'Bug Database'
Subject: RE: [PHP-DEV] RE: PHP 4.0 Bug #9003 Updated: mod_ssl +
php4.0.4pl 1 crash

On Sat, 3 Mar 2001, Sherman Chan wrote:

>the only way I can get them works perfectly if i compile them under either
>RedHat 7.0 with kernal 2.2.18 or RedHat 6.1 with kernal upgrade to 2.2.18,
>also RedHat 6.2 with no kernal change, that i find out last night.  i have
>no way to get it work if i compile them under redhat 6.1 with org. kernal.
>anyway i resolve???? the issue by compile them under redhat 6.2, then
>transfer the image to redhat 6.1 box, and it runs.
>i guess something must go wrong when I compile them under Redhat 6.1, grabs
>the wrong code??

Ask RedHat. As I said earlier, this has nothing to do with PHP.
I strongly suggest you to update RedHat 6.1 to 6.2.
And also to checkout the RedHat errata for updated RPMs.

>it would be interesting to find out why.  I wounder could you give me some
>idea where I can locate modf() routine, part of glibc???

You answered your question yourself. From glibc.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jani Taskinen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>Sent: Saturday, 3 March 2001 2:26 AM
>To: Sherman Chan
>Cc: 'Bug Database'
>Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] RE: PHP 4.0 Bug #9003 Updated: mod_ssl +
>php4.0.4pl1 crash
>On Fri, 2 Mar 2001, Sherman Chan wrote:
>>if there is nothing to do with php, could you tell me why the apache + php
>>mod_ssl fail to start, but apache + mod_ssl starts up ok.  also the same
>>configuration with php3 works ok as well.  could u  provide soe idea where
>>should look at, like the routine to modf ().
>Hmm..first you email me and say everything works ok.
>And now you're saying it doesn't work?
>So what did you do after getting it running ok?
>Did you add something? Did you remove something???
>If I could read minds I would know but unfortunately I
>can not so you will have to tell me. Otherwise I can not help.
>And have you installed every update from RedHat errata into your
>system? There are a few of them. I would suggest that you update
>it to 6.2 which seems to be the most stable release from RedHat.
>I'm using it and I haven't run into this bug before.

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