ID: 11264
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Reproducible crash
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Assigned To: 

Let's try again: What SAPI are you using? 
Are you using the CGI or the Apache DSO?
(do you have a LoadModule line for php in your httpd.conf?)

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-19 23:24:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apache 1.3.20 with PHP sapi. This only started happening i think with PHP 4.0.5 not 
4.0.4. This happens with an older version of Apache too. I don't think it is Apache. I 
mean it is after all only 2 PHP function... die() and exit() that I notice crahing 
right now, but a while ago I noticed another one that causes a crash but I couldn't 
pinpoint which function then I ended up rewriting the script. Thanks, I really need 
this problem fixed.


[2001-06-19 08:17:09] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I can not reproduce this with Apache 1.3.20/CGI or DSO. 
What SAPI are you using? Apache DSO or CGI? IIS? 



[2001-06-14 22:20:52] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
actually now I know of 2 functions that are crashing it, 
die() and exit()


[2001-06-14 22:05:42] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
So where is this script? I can't see it here.


[2001-06-05 03:43:44] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
It's not reproducible. It happens anytime anywhere. But it keeps happening with the 
same script. The crashes are unique to one script. Before I had a scripts with a lot 
of DB calls and it kept crashing until I redid the script and changing the way I did 


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