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Apache 2.2 unexpectedly shutting down


slaterino

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Hi,

I had a perfect working local server with Windows, Apache, PHP and MySQL. I recently wanted to upgrade and have been having problems ever since. The main problem I now have is that whenever I load up a page with a MySQL connection, the page will load for about 5 seconds before I get a message stating Apache has unexpectedly shutdown. A blank page will then load up.

 

I have these installed:

 

- Windows XP

- Apache 2.2

- PHP 5.2.9-2

- MySQL 5.1.34

 

There are no error messages in my log files for this. This is everything that exists for the last instance in which it shutdown:

 

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3568: Child process is running

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3568: Acquired the start mutex.

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3568: Starting 64 worker threads.

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3568: Starting thread to listen on port 8080.

zend_mm_heap corrupted

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Parent: child process exited with status 1 -- Restarting.

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Apache/2.2.11 (Win32) PHP/5.2.9-2 configured -- resuming normal operations

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Server built: Dec 10 2008 00:10:06

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Parent: Created child process 3520

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3520: Child process is running

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3520: Acquired the start mutex.

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3520: Starting 64 worker threads.

[Wed May 13 01:46:04 2009] [notice] Child 3520: Starting thread to listen on port 8080.

 

What could be causing this? Is there anything I can try out?

 

Thanks

Russ

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zend_mm_heap corrupted

 

Seems like a problem with Zend.  You may have better luck on the Zend forums.  Moving to "Application Frameworks".

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zend_mm_heap corrupted

 

Seems like a problem with Zend.  You may have better luck on the Zend forums.  Moving to "Application Frameworks".

 

You do realise that zend is the name of php's core?

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Hey, I thinked it!

 

I had read somewhere about copying the libmysql.dll into the 'bin' directory of my Apache install, or something similar to this. But anyway, I was looking through my directories to see if there was anything superfluous and saw this file was still there and so deleted it. And hey presto, it now works fine! I have no idea how these things work sometimes!

 

Thanks for the suggestions though

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