On Wed, 2006-13-09 at 21:21 +0200, Jonathan De Graeve wrote:
> > Core dumps (or rather, "segmentation violations" that lead to core
> > dumps being created) are usually caused by one of the following:
> > - bug in code (in this case PHP's code)
> > - flaky hardware, often bad RAM
> > Check out the system log and/or dmesg to see if any conspicuous
> > kernel messages (aside from the usual "pid ... exited on signal 11")
> > appear.
> I'm wondering how many people are suffering this problem because I'm
> running 1.23b1 without any issues...
> If it's a bug in the code we should fix it
Great I'm in. Can you release an image with a few more megabytes
available in the root file system so I can help debug this sucker. Even
128MB root file system would be helpful.
I've run memtest86 on the ram and all is good, I'm not suspecting
hardware but you never know.
George Farris farrisg at mala dot bc dot ca
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