Yes, I'm using Apache 2.2.11 and I do believe that threading could be
enabled. Apache was compiled through cPanel with Easy::Apache. I
didn't see any options to disable threading unless I missed it.


On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 3:51 PM, Nathan Nobbe <> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Jamie Krasnoo <> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I'm new to the list. I came here because I couldn't find the answer to
>> my question and I'm hoping I can find it here. I compiled the APC
>> plugin as a shared library and activated it through the php.ini. I ran
>> 'make test' and it seemed to pass all but one (it skipped a test). I
>> thought all was well. Unfortunately it wasn't. In the middle of the
>> night I woke up to SMS messages from the monitoring that the server
>> was going down hard. I got the server back up and found that PHP was
>> segfaulting and puking core files everywhere and it filled up the
>> drive.
>> I removed all the core files and restarted the server and it happened
>> again. So I removed APC, restarted the server and the core files
>> stopped. So just to make sure I put APC back on and saw that PHP
>> started dumping again.
>> I'm not advanced enough to try and debug the core files but I do know
>> enough to try and see what is going on. I used gdb to peer in to a
>> core file and saw that or something like that was
>> the culprit. Does anyone know what would cause PHP to start
>> segfaulting after APC was installed?
> are you using apache and if so, do you have threading enabled?
> -nathan

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