PHP: PHP 5.2.8-pl2-gentoo (cli) (built: Mar 11 2009 15:15:20)
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i've been having an interesting problem today w/ php. i was doing some system updates when my system monitor (written in php) stopped working. php wasn't in the list of things to be updated. i tried running it from command line and sure enough it's giving a Segmentation fault. I've tracked it down to whenever my scripts are making fopen() or file_get_contents(), etc calls to an https url. however, if i make the same request but instead use http it works fine.
$id = fopen('https://www.domain.com','r')
$id = fopen('http://www.domain.com','r')
i've been racking my brain over this one all day. i've since upgraded php and openssl and that didn't resolve it. so i'm doing a complete rebuild of the entire system. emerge -e world. it's almost complete but i have a feeling that's not going to resolve it.
i speculate it has something to do w/ a dependency and hence the complete system rebuild. however, before i did that i noticed that after i had upgraded the package: dev-libs/glib, was when php started to go wonky.
anyway, any help would be appreciated.