problem with optimizer about 2.3.10,my source code is
the attach.thanks for your mmcache job.wish to be
better for my code.
my source code
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Thank you for sources but I can't run it without database and
related souces. Can you tell me what is wrong with this file?
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problem with optimizer about 2.3.10.
if i set optimizer to 1,the php crashed.from 2.3.8 to
2.3.10,i have the same problem.how to resolve it?thanks for
your response.maybe the optimizer will be better.
the env is:
win2000server 1cpu p41.7 40G
there are some vitualhosts.
I think you found a new BUG in optimizer and I need to fix it.
If it possible I would like to see all code of crashed software
and information how to reproduce this crash.
You can mail direct to email@example.com.
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in fact,i find any php script on my host will be crashed if
i set optimizer to 1.i think it maybe have some setting is
wrong with my apache or php.then i have mailed to you the
httpd.conf and php.ini.you are welcome to resolve this
"php4.3.2-rc3" is your problemm. Turck MMCache wasn't
tested with PHP above 4.3.1 and will adopted to 4.3.2 after
If you use precompiled sources of Turck MMCache for 4.3.1
you can try to recompile them by yourself. May be it will help
but i use php4.3.1,there is the same problem.why?
I don't know why? I need to reproduce the crash to make
decision and solve problem.
you maybe have recieved my mail about httpd.conf and
php.ini.then you can test it on 2000server with
apache1.3.27 and php4.3.1.i know you will resolve it
soon.you are BOB,i think.thanks for your response.
in fact,if set optimizer to 1,apache server has some
curious thing:when i go to the web for some page,the apache
server restart.it seems that the apache server always
restart!maybe it will give you some advice.thanks.
Apache server always restarts after crashes on Windows.
I didn't recieve your "httpd.conf" and "php.ini".
i have sent mail to you.your mail is
Yes it is. But I didn't get it.
problem with optimizer has been solved with 2.3.14.
thanks to dstogov.
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