This isn't a known problem (well, at least I haven't heard any such
complaints). It may be a coincidence (i.e. not related to 4.0.6) - I'd
wait and see if this problem persists.
At 14:46 28/6/2001, Swift wrote:
>Zeev Suraski wrote:
> > memory_limit applies for the duration of a single script. Each script will
> > not be allowed to obtain more than 8MB; So, the problem you're having
> > originates someplace else (perhaps other parts of PHP grow to consume more
> > memory, e.g., persistent resource tables or something of the sort).
>The problem arrived with PHP4.0.6 which I installed yesterday. But in the
>meantime I discovered
>another BIG problem: Our server crashed tonight! Until yesterday
>PHP4.0.4pl1 was installed and
>it run without problems for months. So it seems that PHP4.0.6 caused the
>I looked through the apache's error_log but I couldn't find anything
>Is this a known problem? Should I go back to 4.0.4pl1 or is it possible
>that I made a mistake
>while compiling the source? But the strange thing is that the server
>crashed not instantly but
>after 9 hours (we have 800,000 hits per day and at the time of the crash
>we had only a very
>small load). There were no seg. fault or something like that.
>Thanx for your help..
> ... tobias wiersch from .de
Zeev Suraski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
CTO & co-founder, Zend Technologies Ltd. http://www.zend.com/
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