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From David Ford <david+c...@blue-labs.org>
Subject Re: Ongoing 2.0.31 and php hiccups
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2002 18:49:10 GMT
Aren't the APIs in apache HEAD significantly different preventing PHP 
4.1 from being used?  I gathered that you -must- use PHP42 HEAD.

Thank you,
David

MATHIHALLI,MADHUSUDAN (HP-Cupertino,ex1) wrote:

>I've been using PHP 4.1.1 and things seem to be okay for me (on HPUX).. I'm
>using PHP 4.1.1 with the following configure command :
>
>configure --prefix=/opt/apache2/modules \
>    --enable-so --with-apache=/opt/apache2
>--with-apxs2=/opt/apache2/bin/apxs
>
>-Madhu
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: David Ford [mailto:david+cert@blue-labs.org]
>Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2002 2:48 PM
>To: dev@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: Ongoing 2.0.31 and php hiccups
>
>
>Ok, has -anyone- gotten php and apache running together the last week? 
> If so, would you mind terribly if you posted the configure/make lines 
>please?  I'm getting kind of fidgity and needing to get it going :) 
> Apache by itself seems fine.
>
>I've gotten down to a barebones ./configure 
>--with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs for php and even that causes a 
>segfault just after startup.  Unfortunately I can't convince gdb to 
>follow the child no matter what the settings so I can't post a bt just 
>yet.  Best I have is the following:
>
>strace -f httpd
>...
>open("/usr/local/apache2/conf/mime.types", O_RDONLY) = 6
>fstat64(6, {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=12322, ...}) = 0
>read(6, "# This is a comment. I love comments.\n\n#...
>...
>read(6, "ovie\nx-conference/x-cooltalk\t\tice\n", 4096) = 34
>read(6, "", 4096)                       = 0
>close(6)                                = 0
>getpid()                                = 5906
>open("/tmp/aprMaKOvt", O_RDWR|O_CREAT|O_EXCL, 0600) = 6
>unlink("/tmp/aprMaKOvt")                = 0
>getcwd("/", 4096)                       = 2
>--- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) ---
>
>ltrace ...
>...
>read(6, "", 4096)                                 = 0
>pthread_mutex_unlock(0x08189a5c, 0x4000b870, 0, 0, 1) = 0
>close(6)                                          = 0
>pthread_mutex_unlock(0x08189a5c, 0, 0xbfffd448, 0x400b3167, 0) = 0
>pthread_mutex_destroy(0x08189a5c, 0x4000b870, 6, 0, 0x081889e8) = 0
>strcmp("sapi_apache2.c", "mod_proxy.c")           = 1
>strcmp("mod_so.c", "mod_proxy.c")                 = 1
>strcmp("mod_rewrite.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = 1
>strcmp("mod_alias.c", "mod_proxy.c")              = -1
>strcmp("mod_userdir.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = 1
>strcmp("mod_speling.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = 1
>strcmp("mod_actions.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = -1
>strcmp("mod_imap.c", "mod_proxy.c")               = -1
>strcmp("mod_dir.c", "mod_proxy.c")                = -1
>strcmp("mod_negotiation.c", "mod_proxy.c")        = -1
>strcmp("mod_vhost_alias.c", "mod_proxy.c")        = 1
>strcmp("mod_cgi.c", "mod_proxy.c")                = -1
>strcmp("mod_info.c", "mod_proxy.c")               = -1
>strcmp("mod_asis.c", "mod_proxy.c")               = -1
>strcmp("mod_autoindex.c", "mod_proxy.c")          = -1
>strcmp("mod_status.c", "mod_proxy.c")             = 1
>strcmp("mod_mime.c", "mod_proxy.c")               = -1
>strcmp("http_core.c", "mod_proxy.c")              = -1
>strcmp("prefork.c", "mod_proxy.c")                = 1
>strcmp("mod_setenvif.c", "mod_proxy.c")           = 1
>strcmp("mod_unique_id.c", "mod_proxy.c")          = 1
>strcmp("mod_usertrack.c", "mod_proxy.c")          = 1
>strcmp("mod_headers.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = -1
>strcmp("mod_expires.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = -1
>strcmp("mod_mime_magic.c", "mod_proxy.c")         = -1
>strcmp("mod_env.c", "mod_proxy.c")                = -1
>strcmp("mod_log_config.c", "mod_proxy.c")         = -1
>strcmp("mod_include.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = -1
>strcmp("mod_deflate.c", "mod_proxy.c")            = -1
>strcmp("mod_case_filter_in.c", "mod_proxy.c")     = -1
>strcmp("mod_case_filter.c", "mod_proxy.c")        = -1
>strcmp("mod_file_cache.c", "mod_proxy.c")         = -1
>strcmp("mod_auth_digest.c", "mod_proxy.c")        = -1
>strcmp("mod_auth.c", "mod_proxy.c")               = -1
>strcmp("mod_access.c", "mod_proxy.c")             = -1
>strcmp("core.c", "mod_proxy.c")                   = -1
>memset(0x08151538, '\000', 80)                    = 0x08151538
>strlen(0x080ed7c4, 0x080f735c, 1793, 0x08054f5c, 0x400c65ec) = 14
>memcpy(0x08151588, "/tmp/aprXXXXXX", 15)          = 0x08151588
>mkstemp(0x08151588, 0x40016a70, 1160, 0x080b3fd5, 0x08151588) = 6
>memset(0x08151598, '\000', 72)                    = 0x08151598
>strlen(0x08151588, 0x08151588, 0xbffff408, 0x080b8976, 0x081003f8) = 14
>memcpy(0x081515e0, "/tmp/aprVYqD12", 15)          = 0x081515e0
>unlink("/tmp/aprVYqD12")                          = 0
>pthread_mutexattr_init(0xbffff458, 24, 0x080be520, 0x080c2810, 
>0x08151588) = 0
>pthread_mutex_init(0x08151610, 0xbffff458, 0x080be520, 0x080c2810, 
>0x08151588) = 0
>pthread_mutexattr_destroy(0xbffff458, 0xbffff458, 0x080be520, 
>0x080c2810, 0x08151588) = 0
>--- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) ---
>+++ killed by SIGSEGV +++
>
># find -type f -exec grep "/tmp/apr" {} \; -print
>        new->fname = apr_pstrdup(new->pool, "/tmp/aprXXXXXX");
>        new->fname = apr_pstrdup(new->pool, "/tmp/aprXXXXXX");
>./srclib/apr/locks/unix/crossproc.c
>        new_mutex->fname = apr_pstrdup(new_mutex->pool, "/tmp/aprXXXXXX");
>        new_mutex->fname = apr_pstrdup(new_mutex->pool, "/tmp/aprXXXXXX");
>./srclib/apr/locks/unix/proc_mutex.c
>
>It happens right after the mime types file is read.
>
>Any suggestions?
>



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