错误应用程序 httpd.exe,版本,错误模块 php5ts.dll,版本,错误地址

Faulting application httpd.exe, version, faulting module php5ts.dll, version, fault address



所以Google 给出了一种解决方案是升级apache至少到2.2.15,php直接升级到最新5.3.3,这种组合至今还没有人遇到类似问题 , 另一种解决方案升级你的win2003服务器,如果管用的话,升级完毕后重新配置WAMP,如果这管用的话,因为我在另外一台更新到最新的win2003上还没有遇到过类似问题。Good luck !


+++Date: August 07, 2008 11:57AM

Using phpmyadmin, export then import.I have tried copying it in the same way to another Windows XP box and this works so the only thing I can put my finger on is that it must be a Server 2003 problem.

+++Date: August 11, 2008 05:47PM

I’ve downloaded like EVERY version of apache and php from the this site now and no combination seems to work…

++++Date: 15. October 2010 14:45 

I am running XAMPP 1.7.2 (with SSL) on a Windows server 2008 standaard R2 editon. The server became active in March, without errors. Since August the ‘event viewer’ sometimes (max 3 times a day, each day on diverend times) gifs a error, see below. After the error Apache automatic restarts. I can normaly start en stop apache whenever I want, so the problem is there only where Apache is running.

I have tride many things like: viewtopic.php?p=154906 (and many more other sites)
But what I found, nothing worked the error still remains.

++++Date: 22. November 2009 07:42 

Some one else had success by copying the php5ts.dll to other locations mentioned in the search results.Others had success by rebooting their PC, so as you can see the answers are varied indeed.I have not been able to find a definitive solution for this.

+++Date:12. October 2009 20:01 

I keep getting this error message every so often. Im running XAMPP 1.7.2 with Windows Server 2008 Standard. It seems like it will run fine forever and then when someone goes into the dashboard on WordPress, that’s when it eventually stops. If I check the error log in Windows it reads “Faulting application httpd.exe version, time stamp 0x4a66dd7b, faulting module php5ts.dll, version……..This is on a brand new server only used for XAMPP and WordPress. I read where someone else was having this problem and they said it was because of the I guess a newer version was released. I’m more of a network guy than a programmer so I’m sure my lack of knowledge is somewhat limiting my fix of this. Any suggestions?

+++[2008-05-17 21:21 UTC] ramons at gmx dot net

I get the same error on XP 64 bit, which is the same as Server 2003 64 bit in regards to 99% of the OS.Also, same issue, but get it after opening just one connection to MySQL on a different system.Using latest stable PHP version, which at this point is 5.2.6. Used older version 5.2.3 and get the same error.Since this crash always happens every time I connect to MySQL it makes PHP unusable at the moment on x64 Windows systems.

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