Support » Plugin: Redirection » php_uname causing segmentation fault

  • Resolved mickmel

    (@mickmel)


    This plugin is crashing sites hosted by Flywheel. They’ve offered a code fix to us, which we’ve used, but certainly would like to see you implement.

    They said: “It was explained to me that it was due to the plugin calling the php_uname incorrectly & that causes a segmentation fault. The fix was to go to the plugin directory: models/fixer.php and comment out the line that has “php_uname” in it”

    Thanks.

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  • Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    Do you know what ‘calling php_uname incorrectly’ means? As far as I can tell it is calling php_uname correctly.

    Thread Starter mickmel

    (@mickmel)

    Nope, I really don’t. All I know is that that plugin blows up on Flywheel on PHP 7.2, that’s what their techs told me, and removing that function solves the issue.

    Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    That sounds… strange. Functions don’t usually blow up, and without more details it sounds like maybe Flywheel is misconfigured. I use Local by Flywheel for Redirection development and don’t see the same problem.

    If it’s possible to find out more details that would be great.

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