ID: 8175
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Reproduceable crash
Assigned To: 

No feedback.

Previous Comments:

[2000-12-15 10:04:34] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Please try the latest RC from

to see if this happens with it too.



[2000-12-11 22:12:51] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I tried
but I'm not able to build it correctly:-(
Actually it builds but when I try to run apacheit reports a missing symbol:-(

marcow@jena:~/usr/apache-1>bin/httpd -t
Syntax error on line 239 of /export/home/marcow/usr/apache-1/conf/httpd.conf:
Cannot load /export/home/marcow/usr/apache-1/libexec/ into server: 
bin/httpd: fatal: relocation error: file 
/export/home/marcow/usr/apache-1/libexec/ symbol php_if_stat64: referenced 
symbol not found

Since I could not find this symbol in any *.[hc] files I tried the following:
marcow@jena:apache/php-4.0.4RC4>for i in `find . -name '*.o' -o -name '*.lo'` 
> do
> nm $i | fgrep php_if_stat64 && echo $i
> done
         U php_if_stat64

I don't know how this symbol ends up there.

-- Marco


[2000-12-11 20:12:28] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
It means that the next release most propably will work too.
You can get the latest release candidate for PHP4.0.4 from here:

It might be a good thing to try that too...just to be sure that 
it really works for you too. But if it doesn't or this bug exists also
in PHP 4.0.4, please reopen this bug report. 



[2000-12-11 13:47:19] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
the latest snapshot works:

But I still leave this bug open because I don't know yet what's the
difference. I basically don't want to drag the dev tree every day:-(

Thanks for your fast response.
-- Marco


[2000-12-11 10:57:34] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Please try the latest snapshot from
I have used php within same system and apache
without any problems. Compiled with same version of gcc.

If you still get this crash with the latest snapshot,
please include a gdb backtrace of it. Remember to configure
php with --enable-debug to get useful backtrace.



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