[horde] Segmentation fault (11) in apache2

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Wed Dec 13 13:20:34 PST 2006

Zitat von "Virgil E. Alderson" <valderson at xtg.bz>:

> I know this is related to php but I was hoping somebody has encountered
> this and could help out. I believe it is caused by imap in php because i
> only see the segfault when I click on folders in the imap tree, and it
> does not occur if a disable imap in php.

> Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> [Switching to Thread 16384 (LWP 13570)]
> 0x4042faff in memcpy () from /lib/libc.so.6
> (gdb) r
> The program being debugged has been started already.
> Start it from the beginning? (y or n) n
> Program not restarted.
> (gdb) backtrace
> #0  0x4042faff in memcpy () from /lib/libc.so.6
> #1  0x4089df95 in php_var_serialize_intern (buf=0xbffff240,
> struc=0x84b90b0, var_hash=0xbffff210) at php_smart_str.h:84
> #2  0x4089db55 in php_var_serialize_intern (buf=0xbffff240,
> struc=0x84b90e8, var_hash=0xbffff210)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/standard/var.c:646
> #3  0x4089db55 in php_var_serialize_intern (buf=0xbffff240,
> struc=0x8e650a0, var_hash=0xbffff210)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/standard/var.c:646
> #4  0x4089db55 in php_var_serialize_intern (buf=0xbffff240,
> struc=0x8e650d8, var_hash=0xbffff210)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/standard/var.c:646
> #5  0x4089db55 in php_var_serialize_intern (buf=0xbffff240,
> struc=0x8e65c38, var_hash=0xbffff210)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/standard/var.c:646
> #6  0x4089e922 in php_var_serialize (buf=0xbffff240, struc=0x8af5927,
> var_hash=0x8af5927)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/standard/var.c:661
> #7  0x40843276 in ps_srlzr_encode_php (newstr=0x8af5927, newlen=0xbffff2b0)
>     at /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/session/session.c:440
> #8  0x408438e6 in php_session_encode (newlen=0x8af5927) at
> /downloads/php4/php4-4.3.10/ext/session/session.c:537

It's a bug in the session serializer, try a newer PHP version.


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