On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 6:39 PM, <ad...@buskirkgraphics.com> wrote: > Fatih, > I am sorry spell check auto corrected your name, I was not changing > your name on purpose. > It was not my intension to piss you off. > > I understand your frustration, trust me. > I am running 5.3.6 on Windows Server 2008 R2 IIS, I am running massive > class based methods in my own framework. > I am trying to help you narrow down the issue. I never blame PHP first > because in my trouble shooting steps, I never get to PHP before I find the > issue. > > Segmentation Faults: that prevent the php script from completing locking up > resources and causing a nightmare chain of events. It dumps the process at > the fail point can look like it is a PHP thing but it is not. This can > explain sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. > > This can be caused by a host of reasons: > Buffer Overflow, > Attempting to access memory the program does not own. (This also points to > Storage Violations) > Using uninitialized pointers, > Dereferencing Null pointers > > Again suggestions please do not take offense. > > > Richard L. Buskirk >
already here to ask for suggestions not to take offense. Anyway, I will re-check these points you have mentioned. thanks.