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Current Master Branch

edited October 2012 in Framework

Just did a new pull on the current master branch, be careful using it. I am getting a lot of intermittent 500 errors. Every 4 out of 5 page loads is 500s.

I will get more details when I have a chance. (Have to get a client site started and done by tomorrow afternoon)



  • Hmm, a fresh clone seems to be working fine here (stock Apache 2.2.21/PHP 5.3.10 on OSX 10.7). Let me know if you see any specific error messages!

  • I was running from a MAMP Pro, Using PHP 5.4.4 on OSX 10.8.2. The 1.3.2 beta run perfectly fine. Same exact settings, no errors at all.

    I will take another look when I have more time! Sorry, I am just stupid busy. 19 credit hours of 300-400 level computer science classes and 20+ hour of work a week will kill a person.

  • edited January 2013

    Did some more digging into this. (On redactor branch, but same results as current master)

    [06-Jan-2013 22:56:26 UTC] Error in /Users/shortjared/elefant_git/redacto/index.php on line 154: ob_start(): output handler 'ob_gzhandler' conflicts with 'zlib output compression'
    [06-Jan-2013 22:56:26 UTC] PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught exception 'ErrorException' with message 'ob_start(): output handler 'ob_gzhandler' conflicts with 'zlib output compression'' in /Users/shortjared/elefant_git/redacto/index.php:154
    Stack trace:
    #0 [internal function]: Debugger::handle_error(2, 'ob_start(): out...', '/Users/shortjar...', 154, Array)
    #1 /Users/shortjared/elefant_git/redacto/index.php(154): ob_start('ob_gzhandler')
    #2 {main}
      thrown in /Users/shortjared/elefant_git/redacto/index.php on line 154

    Quick fix for this was to revert to PHP 5.3.14.

  • That's a strange message. Another fix could be to set compress_output to Off in the global config to disable the output compression, but the zlib extension is what provides the ob_gzhandler support... Might be related to one of these PHP bugs:

  • Yeah. Odd. And it only happens occasionally. For instance one time I might get a 500 error altogether, the next the main page may load, but then when JS retreieves the admin toolbar content via ajax, that part will throw a 500 error. The next refresh it may all work perfectly fine. No rhyme or reason to any of it.

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