'Twas brillig, and fyang at 22/07/10 03:34 did gyre and gimble:
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.

I suspect it's just different configuration.

That said, I've generally found that 64bit versions of PHP need more memory than their 32bit equivs, so perhaps all you need to do is something like:

ini_set('memory_limit', '50M');

and you'll be fine.



Colin Guthrie

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