Software update: PHP 8.0.9

Version 8.0.9 of PHP has been released. PHP is a recursive acronym and stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. It is primarily used to create dynamic web pages on web servers, often in conjunction with database programs. In addition to version 8.0.9, version 7.4.22 became available. The changelog for version 8.0.9 looks like this:


  • Fixed bug #81145 (copy() and stream_copy_to_stream() fail for +4GB files).
  • Fixed bug #81163 (incorrect handling or indirect vars in __sleep).
  • Fixed bug #81159 (Object to int warning when using an object as a string offset).
  • Fixed bug #80728 (PHP built-in web server resets timeout when it can kill the process).
  • Fixed bug #73630 (Built-in Weberver – overwrite $_SERVER[‘request_uri’]).
  • Fixed bug #80173 (Using return value of zend_assign_to_variable() is not safe).
  • Fixed bug #73226 (–r[fcez] always return zero exit code).


  • Fixed bug #72809 (Local::lookup() wrong result with canonicalize option).
  • Fixed bug #68471 (IntlDateFormatter fails for “GMT+00:00” timezone).
  • Fixed bug #74264 (grapheme_strrpos() broken for negative offsets).


  • Fixed bug #52093 (openssl_csr_sign truncates $serial).


  • Fixed bug #81101 (PCRE2 10.37 shows unexpected result).
  • Fixed bug #81243 (Too much memory is allocated for preg_replace()).


  • Fixed bug #81208 (Segmentation fault while create newInstance from attribute).


  • Fixed bug #81223 (flock() only locks first byte of file).

Version number 8.0.9
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Solaris, UNIX, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019
Website PHP
License type GPL