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opcache.enable_cli boolean Enables the opcode cache for the CLI version of PHP. Opcode caching shares memory user caching does not Back to top Jan-EJoined: 09 Mar 2012Posts: 637Location: Amsterdam, NL, EU Posted: Sat 14 Feb '15 6:14 Post subject: Try php_apcu.dll https://github.com/krakjoe/apcu Back Is it anoptimizer issue? 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 http://netfiscal.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-unable-to-serve-on-an-address.html

Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. With 32-bit processes and the 2 Gb memory limit (up to 4Gb on some build options), plus the fact that OPcache as a zend extension basically does its startup phase after 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 For some reason it keeps occasionaly crashing php.

laurin1 commented Jul 8, 2014 I don't know how hard or performance adverse that solution is, but I can agree that at least is a solution. This configuration directive is ignored if opcache.validate_timestamps is disabled. Wincache and Xcache seem to be the most stable but neither share their memory for user caching so back to square one Back to top C0nw0nkJoined: 07 Oct 2013Posts: 223Location: United

Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. Thanks. [2015-06-14 17:35 UTC] xiaoyu at ongod dot org -Status: Feedback +Status: Open [2015-06-14 17:35 UTC] xiaoyu at ongod dot org I have try config the opcache.mmap_base=0x0000300000000000 or other number. An empty string is treated the same as stderr, and will result in logs being sent to standard error (which will be the Web server error log in most cases). First, I deleted the err.txt (thats the php error file) located at apache2 folder (F:\Server\Apache2).

I commented the following lines at php.ini like this: #zend_extension_ts="F:\Server\Zend\lib\ZendExtensionManager.dll" Renich at woralelandia dot com at Apr 19, 2005 at 10:13 pm ⇧ ID: 32770User updated by: renich at woralelandia dot Back to top C0nw0nkJoined: 07 Oct 2013Posts: 223Location: United Kingdom, London Posted: Sun 15 Feb '15 15:32 Post subject: Success Wincache now shares its memory just by setting Code: wincache.apppoolid= Another Here is the actual link: http://kb.zend.com/zend-enabler-error-could-not-locate-a-free-php-process/#.UwYNwViA1aQ laurin1 commented Feb 20, 2014 I've tried every value available and of right now, we are disabling Opcache completely - it's unusable. You signed out in another tab or window.

OPcache configuration options Имя По умолчанию Меняемо Список изменений opcache.enable "1" PHP_INI_ALL opcache.enable_cli "0" PHP_INI_SYSTEM opcache.memory_consumption "64" PHP_INI_SYSTEM opcache.interned_strings_buffer "4" PHP_INI_SYSTEM opcache.max_accelerated_files "2000" PHP_INI_SYSTEM opcache.max_wasted_percentage "5" opcache.interned_strings_buffer integer The amount of memory used to store interned strings, in megabytes. PHP5.6 normal work. [2015-06-14 15:32 UTC] [email protected] -Status: Open +Status: Feedback [2015-06-14 15:32 UTC] [email protected] @xiaoyu you have to play with the value, please check bug #64926 and maybe this ticket 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

Aswell as i dont think it is very stable. http://forums.zend.com/viewtopic.php?t=5383&f=8 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. opcache.revalidate_path boolean If disabled, existing cached files using the same include_path will be reused. 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

andthe 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://netfiscal.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-unable-to-restore-data.html Code: opcache.mmap_base=nginx I get a APP Crash error. Even worse, Windows performs memory mapping randomization (for security purposes) that complicates things even more. I have see and try it.

Need a user cache plugin that will work with shared memory.Last edited by C0nw0nk on Sat 14 Feb '15 5:35; edited 1 time in total Back to top C0nw0nkJoined: 07 Oct 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. Member dstogov commented Jan 21, 2015 ASLR may always make problem :( On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 5:00 PM, LukeMauldin [email protected] wrote: Is the opcache.mmap_base a permeant fix? http://netfiscal.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-detected-unable-to-continue.html Back to top Jan-EJoined: 09 Mar 2012Posts: 637Location: Amsterdam, NL, EU Posted: Thu 26 Feb '15 13:17 Post subject: Just in RAM, I suppose.

If this is 0, all files will be cached. Back to top C0nw0nkJoined: 07 Oct 2013Posts: 223Location: United Kingdom, London Posted: Thu 26 Feb '15 13:11 Post subject: So where does it store the memory pool now if not in Description of the patch: Move shared memory segments out of the Windows System Pagefile http://svn.php.net/viewvc/pecl/wincache/trunk/ Back to top C0nw0nkJoined: 07 Oct 2013Posts: 223Location: United Kingdom, London Posted: Thu 26 Feb '15

I frequently got "Fatal Error Unable to reattach to base address", an error that is known to the developers and thus, disabled it altogether.

I know how to do this as I use such a format for my MLC OPcache demonstrator, but doing so won't happen until 5.7 at the absolute earliest, even if view My FastCGI is configured exactly per the instructions in that URL (used those to actually configure the settings.) This did occur once, several months ago, but it was short-lived. Wincache now does an equivalent of this for its mapped files (it doesn't search for addresses) as Wincache also can have this issue (for its opcache or filecache). This configuration directive is ignored in PHP 5.3 and later.

BTW, issue #109 is a duplicate of this issue. I was told to try opcache. Does anyone know if this fix was ported to this extension? — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #167 (comment) . http://netfiscal.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-on-startup-unable-to-start-the-jvm.html but it is still down when run some time.

What does everybody else think? I just set permission to everyone and everything worked. TerryE commented Feb 28, 2014 ASLR seems to viewed as an import security measure to frustrate a range of attacks. This issue will be fixed in future, but it shouldn't worry you much as it doesn't affect Zend Server's operation and is just an incorrect error message thrown to the log.Now

LukeMauldin commented Jan 20, 2015 According to this Zend bug report: http://kb.zend.com/zend-enabler-error-could-not-locate-a-free-php-process/#.VL7TBf3F9eZ this issue was resolved in Zend Server 4.0.6. So now i have a user cache that shares its memory too and i think i will drop zend opcache and enable wincaches opcache instead. (I don't know what one is 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 Why doesn't zend have anything about it?

Wincache dropped all the user items it has cached again. We can still let the OS do its job and be sure that each process gets the same address if desired. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. http://forums.iis.net/post/2021001.aspx Apparently the app pool id can be numbers letters or a word name etc.

I updated PHP from 5.5.8 on Friday to 5.5.9, but the issue did not occur immediately, the issue occurred after a restart for something else on Saturday and rolling back to But all of your PHP-CGI processes will then look to this app pool id and use that to pull and use items with eachother. You can use opcache.mmap_base workaround out of the box. TerryE commented Jul 8, 2014 @laurin1, @mattficken, as I said above the root issue here is the combination of MS and PHP architectures.

If opcache.log_verbosity_level is set to 3 or above, an error will be recorded in the error log when this occurs. Is it a security issue? So for example: iisreset /stop del c:\windows\temp\ZendOPcache* iisreset /start c:\windows\temp is the default, but that may vary depending on your configuration. All PHP processes have to map shared memory into the same address space.

I also use Wincache still as a usercache mechanism for my PHP application i just set the following for wincache.

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