Latest snap and gitsync syntax error



  • Crash report begins.  Anonymous machine information:

    amd64
    10.3-PRERELEASE
    FreeBSD 10.3-PRERELEASE #337 c50df8e(devel): Sat Jan 23 02:48:52 CST 2016    root@pfs23-amd64-builder:/usr/home/pfsense/pfsense/tmp/obj/usr/home/pfsense/pfsense/tmp/FreeBSD-src/sys/pfSense

    Crash report details:

    PHP Errors:
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP Stack trace:
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  1. {main}() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:0
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  2. require_once() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:63
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  3. get_configured_interface_with_descr() /usr/local/www/guiconfig.inc:254
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP Stack trace:
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  1. {main}() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:0
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  2. require_once() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:63
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  3. require_once() /usr/local/www/guiconfig.inc:79
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  4. include_once() /etc/inc/authgui.inc:55
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  5. get_configured_ip_addresses() /etc/inc/auth.inc:201
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  6. get_configured_interface_list() /etc/inc/util.inc:1292
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP Stack trace:
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  1. {main}() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:0
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  2. require_once() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:63
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  3. require_once() /usr/local/www/guiconfig.inc:79
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  4. include_once() /etc/inc/authgui.inc:55
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  5. get_configured_ipv6_addresses() /etc/inc/auth.inc:208
    [23-Jan-2016 10:28:59 Etc/UTC] PHP  6. get_configured_interface_list() /etc/inc/util.inc:1329

    Filename: /var/crash/minfree
    2048



  • I have gitsync'd to the current master and don't see that. I added the Interface Statistics widget to the dashboard, and tried navigating directly to ifstats.php and no error.

    What happens if you use Diagnostics->Command Prompt and execute the bits of PHP mentioned in those stack traces:

    
    $spiflist = get_configured_interface_with_descr(false, true);
    var_dump($spiflist);
    $interfaces = get_configured_interface_list();
    var_dump($interfaces);
    
    

    Does it give an error, or good-looking output?



  • All good I guess :)

    array(6) {
      'wan' =>
      string(3) "WAN"
      'lan' =>
      string(5) "LAN10"
      'opt1' =>
      string(6) "LAN172"
      'opt2' =>
      string(5) "PPPOE"
      'opt3' =>
      string(6) "LAN192"
      'opt4' =>
      string(5) "ONLY6"
    }
    array(6) {
      'wan' =>
      string(3) "wan"
      'lan' =>
      string(3) "lan"
      'opt1' =>
      string(4) "opt1"
      'opt2' =>
      string(4) "opt2"
      'opt3' =>
      string(4) "opt3"
      'opt4' =>
      string(4) "opt4"
    }
    


  • Well, what to say? I wish those "crash" messages displayed the actual PHP error message, rather than just a trace.



  • Lets ignore this one :)



  • @phil.davis:

    Well, what to say? I wish those "crash" messages displayed the actual PHP error message, rather than just a trace.

    Indeed, those aren't really helpful. Haven't had a chance to dig into why that type of "crash" doesn't include the PHP error, but that's irked me as well.


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