ID: 11494
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Closed
Bug Type: MySQL related
Operating system: FreeBSD 4.3 RELEASE
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Description: mysql_db_query causes apache to "exit signal Segmentation fault (11)"

I forgot to mention that this happens *only* when connection to MySQL *IS* 
'persistent', i.e.  mysql_db_query makes this sqgfault to happen after




is OK ! No segfault ! Zero problem !

p.s. I thought this is a MySQL related problem ? Why PostgreSQL  was involved here ? 

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-14 17:14:58] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reopen if this happens with the 4.0.6.


[2001-06-14 17:14:36] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I guess this is the PostGreSQL bug that is fixed in
CVS and in PHP 4.0.6RCx:

(if above url doesn't work, change the RC3 to RC4)



[2001-06-14 15:49:16] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apache 1.3.20
PHP 4.0.5
mysql 3.23.38
pgsql 7.1.2


$id = mysql_pconnect("myhost","mydatabase","mypass");
$result = mysql_db_query("SELECT blah-blah-bla");


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