#15 smartsieve causes php to segfault?

imap (6)

I am running redhat 7.3 with all latest updates.

My apache and php versions are:


All web sites using php on the server run fine.

I can log in to smartsieve, and view all rules, but
when I click 'New Filter Rule', In my apache error_log
file, I get

[Thu Nov 20 09:37:40 2003] [notice] child pid 15369
exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

I only see this with smartsieve, when trying to add a
new rule.


  • Stephen Grier

    Stephen Grier - 2003-11-25
    • labels: --> imap
    • assigned_to: nobody --> stephengrier
    • status: open --> pending
  • Stephen Grier

    Stephen Grier - 2003-11-25

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    This is certainly a problem with the imap module of your PHP
    installation. SmartSieve cannot cause apache to segfault itself.

    Are you using SSL or starttls on your imap connections? What
    do you have set for 'server' and 'imapport' in conf/servers.php?

  • Chris

    Chris - 2003-11-27

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    'server' => '',
    'sieveport' => '2000',
    'imapport' => '143/imap/notls',
    'alt_namespace' => false,

    I am using apache and php rpms from redhat 7.3 updates. I
    do have imaps and imap listening in my cyrus.conf.

    Squirrelmail on the server works fine.

    Where should I be looking to resolve this?

  • Chris

    Chris - 2003-11-27
    • status: pending --> open
  • Stephen Grier

    Stephen Grier - 2003-12-03
    • status: open --> closed
  • Stephen Grier

    Stephen Grier - 2003-12-03

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    Check you don't have any broken dependencies with your
    php-imap rpm. You can also test the imap module by writing
    some simple code using the PHP imap_* functions.

    You might also consider compiling an up-to-date version of
    PHP from the source. 4.1.2 is quite old now.

    Squirrelmail will work fine even if the php-imap module is
    broken, because it uses it's own hardcoded imap library.


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