Question about bug 1975
funkbucket at GMAIL.COM
Fri Jan 26 20:27:15 EST 2007
Thanks for the update. I'll look into whether or not we can get more
details on the crashing. Any tips on particular thigns that might
help? What we know so far is that if we have open up a top on the
server and then hit the php apache starts and then dies almost
instantly returning nothing. If we fake the environment and run on the
command line it succeeds everytime. I'm a little new to this so any
direction on where to go from here in terms of trying to track it down
would be greatly appreciated.
On 1/26/07, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com> wrote:
> Daniel Morissette wrote:
> > Ben Tuttle wrote:
> >> Hi all-
> >> Apologies if this is the wrong place to ask this kind of question. We
> >> are running into all sorts of issues due to bug 1975 and trying to map
> >> out our future development efforts. It looks like this bug is slated
> >> to be fixed in version 5.0, does this sound right?
> > Dunno if it's really on Frank's hit list or if he just suggested that
> > someone should address that for 5.0. I added a comment to bug 1975 about
> > the last issue that you reported.
> >> If so does anyone
> >> have a rough idea of when 5.0 might be released or is it completely
> >> unknown at this time.
> > The 5.0 release date has not been set yet, but last time we talked about
> > it last fall we were thinking first quarter of 2007. Since many of the
> > things that were planned for 5.0 don't seem to have progressed much yet
> > I'm thinking it may well slip until later in the spring.
> Sorry for not responding sooner. Twice I started the effort to dig up this
> bug report to see what it was but got distracted. A direct bug url helps!
> I don't anticipate a fix for 1975 (loadparams() does not work in mod_php
> or mod_python situation) for any of the 4.10.x bug fixes releases. I'd
> like to fix it for 5.0 but even that is not certain, and it seems to me
> that the workaround should not be too onerous (parse the url and populate
> the params manually).
> As to the question about intermittent crashing, we would definately need
> more details to track that down. It could be almost anything.
> Best regards,
> I set the clouds in motion - turn up | Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.com
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