Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 196802
16M memory needs to be set in pear/pecl
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:36 EST
Description of problem:
I am trying to package some php-pear and php-pecl packages for Fedora Extras.
Some of these packages require more than the 8M of memory which is set as
default in the php.ini file.
To resolve this issue, the scripts files /usr/bin/pear and /usr/bin/pecl need to
have a -d memory_limit=16M parameter option included.
I think this should be patched as soon as possible and sent to upstream. I am
forced to call php directly myself to run pearcmd.php/peclcmd.php in the meantime.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I've submitted 1.4.9-1.1 to updates-testing - can you test this out when it gets
I tested this out and it works perfectly.
Is there any chance that this (well, actually the newer 1.4.9-1.2 that's
currently in updates-testing) could be pushed to updates in the near future?
Hi Joe, thanks for all your help with this bug and the new pear/pecl macros bug.
I have tested them out on testing and both patches work great. We *really*
need this stuff in FC5 updates now so that we can progress with doing reviews
with php. We have about 10+ or so packages that are blocked up on the macros
right now, and we urgently need this new package in FC5 so we can progress forward.
I am upping the priority on this. Can you add this new version to updates
sometime this week? Thanks again!
Bumping priority up to high. What is it going to take to add this to FC5? Can
we get someone to check this is as Joe seems AWOl.
Looks like the updated package hit the mirrors today, so we should be able to
move forward with pretty much all of those PHP packages.
Sorry for the delay getting this shipped. Thanks for supplying the macros!