ID: 9264
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: *Session related
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0 Latest CVS (14/02/2001)
Assigned To: 

Does this happen with latest CVS snapshot build from ??

Previous Comments:

[2001-03-17 12:08:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I've done a test with the new php4.0.5-RC1 from and the crash still occurs.



[2001-02-15 11:05:27] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Oups, in the code before I omited to put the 'open session' function. Here it is:

function dbSessionOpen($savePath, $sessionName)
    return true;


[2001-02-14 12:39:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Be indulgent for my poorly english level please...

To force session data to be saved when using a database based session storage system 
and 'register_globals' is set to off I've build this (very) simplified structure of 

function dbSessionClose()
    return true;

function dbSessionRead($id)
    return true;

function dbSessionWrite($id, $data)
    return true;

function dbSessionDestroy($id)
    return true;

function dbSessionGarbageCollector($sessionLifeTime)
    return true;

function dbSessionSave()
    return dbSessionWrite(session_id(), session_encode());  // The note below is about 
this line

session_set_save_handler('dbSessionOpen', 'dbSessionClose', 'dbSessionRead', 
'dbSessionWrite', 'dbSessionDestroy', 'dbSessionGarbageCollector');

 * Uses session

$myVar = 'crash';


Then each time I run it with the latest PHP 4.0.5dev loaded as an apache module, PHP 
crash and produces this error:

APACHE a causé une défaillance de page dans
 le module PHP4TS.DLL à 016f:008a533e.
Registres :
EAX=00000000 CS=016f EIP=008a533e EFLGS=00010246
EBX=00000000 SS=0177 ESP=01e2f274 EBP=007f7df0
ECX=007ee7a0 DS=0177 ESI=007ee164 FS=2217
EDX=007ee130 ES=0177 EDI=007f7c46 GS=0000
Octets à CS : EIP :
8b 00 8b 4c 24 0c 8b 54 24 08 51 8b 4c 24 08 42 
État de la pile :
008a57b4 007f7c40 00000005 01e2f2a4 007ee7a0 007ee130 007dd720 00000001 00000000 
007dd720 007f7b10 007f7c40 00000000 00000000 007ee7a0 007dd720

An amazing note: if...
- ... at the first run I replace the call to the session_encode() function by the 
string 'crash', fire the script...
- ... then resume to the original 'dbSessionSave()' function and run the script 
... everything go right!


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