In the weekend I upgraded my development web server to Apache 2.4 and PHP 5.4 with the LAMPStack 5.4.0-0 dev 32bit package. In my web application which was previously working great on Apache 2.2 and PHP 5.3 it now starts getting these messages saying the "connection was reset" in Firefox. See screenshot. I am connecting to the linux machine via local LAN.
I'm assuming it might be something to do with the new version of Apache or PHP, or the "dev" LAMP stack which I downloaded from BitNami? It would seem to happen every 5-10 requests and throw this error, perhaps more likely to trigger it is if I send a POST request from a page. Is it timing out the script or something? These are just basic dynamic pages I'm loading and they worked perfectly in Apache 2.2 and PHP5.3.
Here are my httpd.conf and PHP.ini. Any clues to what might be causing it in there?
I have looked in my PHP and Apache error log. The only things I could see were in the Apache Error log:
[Tue Mar 13 22:14:13.153009 2012] [core:notice] [pid 8607:tid 12330688] AH00052: child pid 8610 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
[Tue Mar 13 22:14:56.200294 2012] [core:notice] [pid 8607:tid 12330688] AH00052: child pid 8609 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
But I think these just occur when you restart Apache?
In the meantime I will downgrade to PHP 5.3.10 so I can keep developing. I was keen to get started on some 5.4 features but that will have to wait I guess.