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From Bardo Bakker <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Proces killed after http post without ConentType header
Date Sun, 29 Jan 2012 22:02:52 GMT
The server is currently in commercial use. I can't afford downgrading php.
If I want to do it with yum I need to remove php first (also with
downgrade) and plesk gets removed as well...
So, how would you replicate the problem? How would you do a binary post to
a server without setting the content type header? If there is a bug in php
5.3.9 how could we test this?
There are some somewhat similar bugs in php. I think we can indeed conclude
it is a php thing. So lets remove the discussion from this mailing list.
I'll post my findings on php mailing list.

2012/1/29 Yehuda Katz <>

> On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 9:46 AM, Yehuda Katz <> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 6:36 AM, Bardo Bakker <>wrote:
>>> Tanx for reply!
>>> In run on CentOS 5.7 (Latest). CentOS' policy is to have most stable
>>> versions which is apache 2.2.3... And this is not stable behaviour.
>>> PHP Version => 5.3.9
>>> mysql  Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.20, for Linux (x86_64) using readline 5.1
>>> Acording to this version info only my httpd is a out of date but should
>>> be stable.
>>  Were you able to run php -i ?
>> That will usually tell you why PHP is crashing.
> If php -i does not segfault, you should check that it is actually loading
> all of your extensions. Compare he output of php -i with the expected
> information from your php.ini . Sometimes the PHP CLI will not load MySQL
> and mod_php will, so you will miss the errors that are caused by that
> extension.
> It looks like you updated PHP and MySQL some time since January 10 (since
> that is when 5.3.9 and 5.5.20 where released).
> I would suggest that you downgrade to the previous versions (try the ones
> that ship with CentOS, since as you mentioned, they are supposed to be
> stable) and see if you still have the problem. Or, rebuild PHP, making sure
> that it is using the correct MySQL libraries.
> As I mentioned, the segfault is in mod_php, not in the Apache core.
> If you want you can send me (privately if you want) the PHP script you use
> and your php.ini (and any included ini files) and I can see if I can
> replicate the problem and file an official PHP bug if necessary.
> - Y

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