Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 179509
PHP 5.2.4 64 bit + openSSL breaks PHP streams
Last modified: 2009-01-08 23:33:48 EST
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Description of problem:
Network streams support w/openssl in PHP 5.1.2 is severely broken on x86_64.
See php bug 32979
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use reproduction script in 32979
Actual Results: Select does not return afected stream
Expected Results: Select should return affected stream
Created attachment 123939 [details]
Patch to fix 64 bit openssl streams in PHP 5.1.2
This patch is also submitted upstream, but since FC5 is quite late in its
development cycle, I think it the fix should be added to FC5 in case 5.1.3 is
late, or does not contain this patch
The bug is still present in the 5.1.4 shipped with fc5, and probably in
Fedora Core 5 is no longer maintained. Is this bug still present in Fedora 7 or
Yes, I guess upstream hasn't touched that code in years.
It's really an upstream problem, but I don't think they are really maintaining
that code anymore.
Can you post a link to upstream bug report?
So this bug is present in php-5.2.5?
Yes, I've just re-run the test case on my x86_64 f8 box.
The easiest way for you to re-check is to run the same code on an x86 and i386
box, that way you don't even need to recompile.
The very first entry contains a valid test case (have to have httpd running on
localhost fot it to work)
As you can see, an other user also confirmed the bug since then, but the php
people don't seem to care.
Thanks for the patch and tracking this done. I'm following this up with
upstream, I'm not sure whether this is the correct place to fix the issue.
The fix is in upstream 5.2.6.
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