Wez Furlong wrote:

>>>>>>(gdb) run -X
>>>>>>Starting program: /usr/sbin/httpd -X
>>>>>>[Tue Sep  4 14:10:25 2001] [warn] Loaded DSO lib/apache/mod_gzip.so 
>>>>>>uses plain Apache 1.3 API, this module might crash under EAPI! (please 
>>>>>>recompile it with -DEAPI)
> Just a stab in the dark, this wouldn't cause the problem, would it?
> For the sake of eliminating this as a cause, can you try diabling
> mod_gzip in your apache conf?
> --Wez.

Thanks. I did.
I'll try to create script from scrach. (Thanks Zeev)

I configured PHP4.0.7RC1 with minimun configuration so that the script 
runs as is.

./configure --enable-debug -without-mysql --with-apxs --enable-mbstring 
--enable-memory-limit --with-pgsql

I'm taking a look at how PHP is executing the script using gdb & ddd to 
find out how to make a simple script to reproduce the problem. I'm 
getting better idea (I hope), but I couldn't make simpler one yet...

Currently, I set break points to

zend_execute.c(1629) ZEND_DO_FCALL                                      
zend_execute(EG(active_op_array) TSRMLS_CC);

zend_execute.c(1671) ZEND_RETURN
if ((EG(active_op_array)->return_reference == ZEND_RETURN_REF) &&

I'm looking at op_array mainly, since PHP keeps executing the same code.

If you have suggestion where to set break points or to watch data, I 
appreciate it. It's pain to run debugger without konwing about source 
and data structure well.

Yasuo Ohgaki

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