>> Thodoris wrote:
>>> Hi gang,
>>> I am trying to run a simple PHP script using the cli and I get a
>>> weird memory leak error. The script goes like this:
>>> #! /usr/local/bin/php
>>> // Get command line options
>>> $options = getopt("f:d:o:");
>>> // Print them out
>>> // Clear the array
>>> The problem is that when I run the script I get this error:
>>> Script: './bcom.php'
>>> /usr/ports/lang/php5/work/php-5.2.8/main/main.c(2015) : Freeing
>>> 0x2871F2A8 (43 bytes), script=./bcom.php
>>> === Total 1 memory leaks detected ===
>>> This is hosted on a FreeBSD 7 machine with:
>>> PHP 5.2.8 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.3 (cli)
>>> Anyone knows what is happening ??
>>> I have to mention that the array is printed as expected.
>> how are you call it? What arguments are you passing? etc...
>> Show us your command line params...
> I am calling it from the command line like this:
> ./bcom.php -f test -d test -o test
> But it really doesn't matter because it seems to leak even when calling
> it without passing options.
seems to work fine here.
What are your php.ini (memory related) settings?
and get the location of the php.ini file that is getting used. Check our the
memory settings in that file.
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