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Operating system: RH7.0
PHP version: 4.0 Latest CVS (20/04/2001)
PHP Bug Type: Performance problem
Bug description: HTTP_ENV_VARS is bigger, overwrites session vars
After updating my CVS version of PHP, a dump of HTTP_ENV_VARS showed several new
environment variables that weren't set in an earlier version of PHP (4.0.3pl1 for
Specifically in my case, HTTP_ENV_VARS['USER'] is now being set. It took me a while
to figure out why my scripts, which use $USER as a session variable, were getting
Any reason why these env vars are getting set now where they weren't before?
I have register_globals turned on. I suppose I should turn it off, and refer to
everything as HTTP_*_VARS if I need it, right?
Finally, if register_globals is off, is $GLOBALS useable? I have some functions that
manipulate variables in the global scope.
Edit Bug report at: http://bugs.php.net/?id=10423&edit=1
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