[peruser] PHP file open problem

Jille Timmermans jille at quis.cx
Tue Dec 8 08:19:36 MST 2009


Can you provide a backtrace ?

(FD_SET() might indeed segfault if you are setting a fd which is (far) 
above FD_SETSIZE)

-- Jille

tolga at sh.com.tr schreef:
> Thanx for reply,
> I changed 2 files containing fd_setsize in /usr/include and recompiled php and apache but didn't solve problem.
> I found segfaults for vhosts's child process which has fopen() problem
>
> Segfaults appear both (1024,8192 I set) fd_setsize values
> ------Original Message------
> From: Lazy
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> Subject: Re: [peruser] PHP file open problem
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> 2009/12/7 Tolga <tolga at sh.com.tr>:
>   
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>>
>>
>> I’m using peruser mpm in one of our web server (~950 vhosts). Our problem is
>> some vhost has problems with file operations ( php foopen() file() ).
>>
>> Whenever occurred this situation  apache didn’t write anything to access_log
>> and anything  appeared on browser
>>
>> I modify some limits.conf stuff but it didn’t solve anything. (I doublecheck
>> limit status from  /proc/_PID_/limits )
>>
>>     
>
>
> you have to modify FD_SETSIZE in /usr/includes and recompile apache/php
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