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  • PHP 4.3.2 released

    Changelog: http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-4.php

    Download: http://www.php.net/downloads.php
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    Yeah, hopefully it fixes most of the bugs and has no fatal bugs, which could cause problems with vBulletin for example.

    And since GDlib 2.0.12 is implemented GD-Support especially for transparent PNGs is working. I've had some Problems with PHP 4.3.1 on my local Apache, when displaying them with Opera, but PHP 4.3.2 fixes that.

    uhm, has anybody occured any problems running vBulletin on a PHP 4.3.2-machine yet?
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    • #3
      Upgraded to PHP4.3.2... went right back to PHP4.3.1 after seeing memory usage for each httpd process double under 4.3.2 (takes up between 12-16MB of RAM / process, where as under 4.3.1 the highest it's ever gone was 9MB / process)

      Configured PHP using the same configuration settings too

      -Zen

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      • #4
        Really? Haven't seen anything similar on my server with 4.3.2 .... Win2K box with 1GB RAM and 800MHz proc.

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