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Re: lang/php{54,55} and www/apache24 does not work without ZTS support

On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 10:22 AM, Greg Troxel <> wrote:
> Ryo ONODERA <> writes:
>> php-5.3.28nb2, php-5.4.26 and php-5.5.10 do not work with Apache httpd 2.4.7.
>> Here is error message.
>> [Mon Mar 17 20:49:54.145101 2014] [:crit] [pid 19026:tid 140187728347136] 
>> Apache is running a threaded MPM, but your PHP Module is not compiled to be 
>> threadsafe.  You need to recompile PHP.
>> AH00013: Pre-configuration failed
> Is this new breakage, or have our php packages/modules always not worked
> with apache24?
> Is using a threaded MPM just the way apache24 is, or is this some sort
> of configuration option?
>> PKG_OPTIONS=maintainer-zts (CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--enable-maintainer-zts) for
>> php5* and ap-php helps this error.
> But what else does it change?  Is there some reason our php has been
> compiled without the threads option before?
> But I see that
>   /usr/pkg/bin/php
>   /usr/pkg/libexec/cgi-bin/php:
> are linked with threads already (in php53), but apparently that's different.
> I tried to build php53 with that option, and the build failed.
> I'd like to hear comments from other php/apache users/experts, too.

It's like an all-or-nothing approach, afaik.  Each module compiled
from then on will also need zts support.

I think it's off by default because third party modules aren't all
necessarily thread safe from the c -> php -> pecl chain.
- this may be outdated FUD at this point, but it's the assumption I've
been working with for the past few years.

In the case of apache24  I highly recommend using mpm_event and
php_fpm instead of mod_php.


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