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Debian stable + eZ publish 3 = random seg.faults!

Debian stable + eZ publish 3 = random seg.faults!

Tuesday 17 June 2003 11:49:07 am - 3 replies

I run eZ publish 3 on Debian linux stable and are experiencing problems with apache that I think is a php-bug. Debian stable uses php v4.1.2.

Sometimes when I enter the eZ-publish-url in the browser I get page not found. I have to refresh the page 3-10 times, and and after that everything works fine. If I restart the browser I may get the same problem again.

Actually the apache-child process get seg.faults and the question is why! I have read about an php-bug that gives this error, and that bug is fixed in php 4.2.0.

/var/log/apache/error.log:
[Tue Jun 17 11:11:30 2003] [notice] child pid 3285 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
[Tue Jun 17 11:11:32 2003] [notice] child pid 3290 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
[Tue Jun 17 11:11:33 2003] [notice] child pid 3287 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

Any1 else that have experienced this bug on Debian or another distro?

Jonny

Tuesday 17 June 2003 2:46:54 pm

Hi Jonny

I'm running eZ publish on Debian 2.4.20-1-686 running from unstable distro php 4.2.3 without any trouble. You may need to update your php.

Cheers
Brendan

Tuesday 17 June 2003 3:49:05 pm

> Any1 else that have experienced this
> bug on Debian or another distro?

yes, same here (debian 3/linux/stable). see also:

* http://ez.no/developer/ez_publish...uired_conflicting_documentation_help
* http://ez.no/developer/ez_publish...iguration/log_in_problem_php_related

jeroen.

Modified on Tuesday 17 June 2003 3:49:42 pm by Jeroen van Gorkum

Thursday 10 July 2003 6:13:47 am

The solution to the segmetation fault in 3.0.2, might be upgrading to php 4.2.3

If you run woody stable, check http://www.apt-get.org
It will lead you to debian packages for php 4.2.3 for debian woody (unoffical packages, but it worked for me).

_Ace

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