System-wide disabling of ASLR is the simplest work-around, but this is again best security practice on Windows because of the number of Windows OS attacks which exploit specific DLLs being mapped Right now, I'm trying alternate values per the Zend page indicated. opcache.blacklist_filename string The location of the OPcache blacklist file. php.net| support| documentation| report a bug| advanced search| search howto| statistics| random bug| login go to bug id or search bugs for Bug#69828 opcache not normal work Submitted: 2015-06-14 08:44 UTC news
Code: opcache.mmap_base=nginx I get a APP Crash error. yes no don't know Rate the importance of this bug to you: high low Are you using the same PHP version? laurin1 commented Feb 20, 2014 It's almost unusable right now. You can use opcache.mmap_base workaround out of the box.
opcache.mmap_base string The base used for shared memory segments on Windows. These extensions often modify engine behavior which is not related to PHP itself. I was reading that those using IIS web servers this automaticly gets handled by IIS what means microsofts web server automaticly selects a address to use, but since we do not This can be used with opcache.save_comments to only load comments for applications that require them.
haiut Posts: 8Joined: Sun Oct 18, 2009 3:46 pm Top Next Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post FYI, the link on PHP.net is bad. The setting opcache.enable can not be enabled at runtime through ini_set(), it can only be disabled. Is itan optimizer issue?
Does anyone know if this fix was ported to this extension? — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #167 (comment) . Its outputwas none.I enabled php and disabled all the extensions in the php.ini file.[19-Apr-2005 09:31:22] PHP Fatal error: Unable to open base addressfile in Unknown on line 0I re-enabled the extensions Posts and comments are the property of their posters. When disabled, code is not optimised or cached.
opcache.memory_consumption integer The size of the shared memory storage used by OPcache, in megabytes. Wincache is dropping support for their opcode cache feature soon (and we've had trouble with the current version of the opcode cache in Wincache anyway.) TerryE commented Mar 27, 2014 As Steffen Apache Lounge is not sponsored by anyone.Your donations will help to keep this site alive and well, and continuing the building of the binaries. The problem was that zend didn't have full control on folder C:/temp.
BTW, issue #109 is a duplicate of this issue. If left empty, OPcache will choose the most appropriate model, which is the correct behaviour in virtually all cases. Is itan optimizer issue? Have you configured your FastCGI settings similar to this or are they significantly different: http://www.iis.net/learn/application-frameworks/install-and-configure-php-applications-on-iis/using-fastcgi-to-host-php-applications-on-iis#PHP_Recycling_Behavior It seems this issue can occur during startup of a FastCGI process.
opcache.restrict_api string Allows calling OPcache API functions only from PHP scripts which path is started from specified string. http://popupjammer.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-c1100-unable-to-initialize-ole.html Code: zend_extension=php_opcache.dll opcache.mmap_base=0x20000000 Works out for all of us who are using PHP on Windows. //EDIT : I submitted a report for PHP.NET to alter the documentation to include the undocumented My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Рекурсивный акроним словосочетания «PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor» Добро пожаловать на форум PHP программистов! ГлавнаяДокументацияНовостиФорум За последние 24 часа нас посетили 8177 yes no Are you using the same operating system?
opcache.log Sun Jun 14 18:13:16 2015 (2828): Fatal Error Unable to reattach to base address Sun Jun 14 18:13:20 2015 (6496): Fatal Error Unable to reattach to base address Sun Jun My IIS (7.5) wasn't loading any page, it was showing a FastCgiModule fatal error, 0xfffffffe. Maybe I'mjust a bad Web Investigator...Im running php 5.0.4 on apache 2.0.53 in module mode.Expected result:----------------No errors on PHP startupActual result:--------------[19-Apr-2005 09:31:22] PHP Fatal error: Unable to open base addressfile in http://popupjammer.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-direct3d-driver-returned-error-code-dxgi-error-device-removed.html Trying to enable it at in a script will generate a warning.
Since I was upgrading components after a long time, some of the locations had changed. opcache.enable boolean Enables the opcode cache. Code: wincache.namesalt=0x200000 Ever since putting in the memory address all processes should be storing and grabbing cached instances to me seems faster.
Already have an account? Code: wincache.apppoolid=MYID After setting this i noticed straight away that all my php processes hit counts from wincache was allot higher what to me indicates wincache is no longer counting the There is no "just add this simple patch" for this one. However, the current OPcache architecture uses absolute addressing for inter-element referencing in the compiled scripts that it stores in the OPcache SMA.
I've searched for zend*, nothing, maybe it got mapped away inside the pagefile (which is normal behavior). This is useful for internal debugging only. and the solution did not work.The thread says its Zend Optimizer related.I'll tell you what I did.First checked it was a php error by disabling php in apache. http://popupjammer.com/fatal-error/how-to-fix-gta-iv-fatal-error-texp70-windows-7.html The following information was included with the event: Unable to reattach to base address Attempt to access invalid address.
opcache.protect_memory boolean Protects shared memory from unexpected writes while executing scripts. haiut Posts: 8Joined: Sun Oct 18, 2009 3:46 pm Top Re: Zend Optimizer+ Issues by nasirghaznavi on Thu Feb 18, 2010 2:44 pm My OS is Windows Server 2003 Ent Code: The description for Event ID 487 from source Zend OPcache cannot be found. I still no find about this.
Only legal or allowed values for us to use as memory mapping addresses it seems. 64Bit : 0x0000100000000000, 0x0000200000000000, 0x0000300000000000, 0x0000700000000000 32Bit : 0x20000000, 0x21000000, 0x30000000, 0x31000000, 0x50000000 //EDIT : Opcache laurin1 commented Feb 17, 2014 I actually was testing that, but with the wrong value (and it failed once since then.) I've changed it to the value you indicate. Lines starting with a semi-colon are ignored as comments. You signed out in another tab or window.
But i was googling and reading about on various forums when suddenly i turned to my PHP Info page. If the timeout is hit, then OPcache assumes that something is wrong and will kill the processes holding locks on the cache to permit a restart.