The following packages are installed:
If we remove the php-pdo / php-mysql packages, then the crashes stop.
But, we need those packages, so that's not a solution.
Any ideas as to what might be causing this?
We've tried the obvious things; the only thing that's not "vanilla"
here are a few settings in /etc/php.ini (having to do with max
execution time and max memory). The php code that's being run does
have its share of php warn/notices:
PHP Notice: Undefined index: d in [snip] on line 1699
PHP Notice: Undefined index: verbose in [snip] on line 1819
PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in [snip] on
So I would not be surprised if it is tickling something out of the
ordinary, but it should still not be causing a segfault!
Any thoughts as to what's going on here, and how to fix it? I'm
tempted to install php 5.2.6 from utterramblings repo, to see if that
works around this.
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