ID: 11345
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Reproducible crash
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Assigned To: 

If you get the segfault with PHP 4.0.6, reopen this report
with GDB backtrace of the crash.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-09 16:24:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Well, I get always a parse error with that line..
So it's something else that segfaults. 

Please try creating a GDB backtrace of the crash
but you have to configure PHP with --enable-debug to
get useful backtraces.

Get the latest PHP 4.0.6 release candidate from:

And do this with it.



[2001-06-09 01:54:10] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi, yeah its a dso module.  im running apache 1.3.19, php 4.0.5. And yeah that line 
was part
of a big script.  But that was the line that caused it. maybe if you add that
line to one of your big scripts it might crash. if you need anything else let me know. 
 I know the parse
error was my fault but the segmentation fault I thought I should report.  Keep
up the good work! peace out.


[2001-06-08 14:18:12] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I get a parse error. This must be part of some bigger script? Is this apache 



[2001-06-08 00:57:04] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I dont know if this will reproduce for you,
but in the following line for me I forgot the
) at the end. I get "child pid 12260 exit signal Segmentation fault (11) " and have to 
restart apache
every time. If I add the ) it works which is good. I
hope this helps.



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