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PHP4 - zlib functions not working

I had to update my server configuration consisting of Apache2 and PHP4. I
now have installed:

apache2/apache2-prefork 2.0.54-2.1
apache-mod_php4/php4-zlib/php4 4.3.11-0.3.1

"Regular" PHP scripts work just fine, but the websvn script is acting up -
after selecting a repository the page just "hangs", i.e. the browser waits
"forever" for a response. If that happens there is no error message in the
server log and it looks like the thread just gets stuck and never returns.
Using Gubed I tracked it down to the zlib functions, i.e. whenever the
script calls a line like

$output = transArray(gzfile($cachedname));

it hangs there and I can't get control over it anymore. Does anybody have
some insight whether I miss anything or tips how i can track this down

Jul 21 '05 #1
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