Like the title says. I basically have a very simple
RestResponse() to which I can
setContent($content) and then run
sendAndExit() which sends an
application/json content header, echoes the content and then exits.
Problem is, the line "exit;", the final line in the
sendAndExit()-method sometimes causes
zend_mm_heap corrupted errors in Apache, and I have been unable to figure out why. It doesn't happen every time, but sometimes I make a change to the code and this error pops up.
I've been trying to find explanations to this issuer here and there, and basically, they all say whats obvious: the Zend Memory Manager memory heap has been corrupted and the response cannot be sent.
If I remove the
exit; at the end of this function, the problem does not occur.
Has anyone experienced / solved this problem, and if so, how did you manage to solve it?
Thanks for your time.
Best regards, dimhoLt