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Re: [SLUG] PHP experts
- To: Roland Turner <raz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] PHP experts
- From: Graeme Merrall <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Jul 21 11:16:33 2000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
> So, I'm looking for local PHP experts who may be willing to (a) kibbutz
> and/or (b) roll up their sleevs and have a look.
/me also puts his hand up.
have a look at the apache error log as well. Segfaults will show up in
there. There's been some slippage in the PHP 4 and more segfaults are
creeping in then there should be. As Matt pointed out, having a look at
the core or doing a backtrace can help nail things down.
load the page and wait for the segfault
Sometimes also compiling up a CGI versiob and running the script through
there can reveal problems as well.