Dear Bob McConnell,
       Thank you for your reply.
       I really post the same message eight times because of the first e-mail 
authentication.please remove the extra e-mail in your free time.
       There are two servers ,the first installation of 32-bit linux(RHEL),the 
second installlation 64-bit linux(CENTOS).
       PHP version on 32-bit linux(RHEL):5.2.7
       PHP version on 64-bit linux(CENTOS):5.2.13
      I found this problem,because the software transplantation.In the 64-bit 
systems,the array seems to always have limited capacity. I'm not sure that is 
php version problem or need other configurations.
      Please give further guidance, thank you very much!

best wishs,

Yang Fei

发件人: Bob McConnell 
发送时间: 2010-07-21  20:06:36 
收件人: fyang; 
主题: RE: [PHP] php array in different OS 
From: fyang

>     I have a simple test code in different OS ,but it give me a
> result.
>     the code as follows:
>         <?php
>         $n= 50000;
>         for($i=0;$i <$n;$i++)
>         {
>              $data[]=array("",$i,$i/1000);
>              echo $i,"  ",$data[$i][1]," <br >";
>         }
>         echo "count:",count($data);
>        ? >
>    OS1:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.1
>          Linux 2.6.18-53.el5xen i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
>    test result:  the result is correct,it can display 50000 data and 
> count:50000.
>    OS2: CentOS release 5.4
>         Linux 2.6.18-164.el5 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>    test result: the result is wrong,it can only display 31148 data and
> can not display count value.
>    I'm not sure the result relate to array capacity in different OS.
>    Please give me some tips,thanks in advance.

Did you really have to post the same message eight times?

CentOS is Red Hat minus the proprietary elements, so you actually have
two releases of the same OS here. The bigger question is what version of
PHP are you running on each of them and how are they configured?

Bob McConnell

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