ID: 11249
Updated by: zeev
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Assigned To: 

Where PHP reports its errors depends on the way you configure it.  By default, an 
out-of-memory error would be trapped and reported to the standard output (browser).
Depending on  your configuration of error_reporting, this level of errors (E_ERROR) 
may not be reported at all, and depending on other configuration directives 
(display_errors, log_errors, etc.) it may or may not be displayed or logged.

I made sure that this error is indeed properly reported with the default 
configuration, and as expected, it is.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-01 22:35:53] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Given a large <<< here file (say a few thousand lines) and PHP 4.0.5 or current CVS 
versions, and a memory_limit set too low (in my case under 32Meg), trying to load the 
page will fail silently.  The TCP connection will be dropped, no data will be returned 
and there will be no message filed in the system logs.  Bad.  There should at least be 
a log entry on such failure.

J C Lawrence


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