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Old 12-02-2011
kernel errors

Need a help , can anyone please tell what does the following error means
I got this error in the messages

kernel: [135723.725827] php[10284] trap divide error ip:7f1b3737edd10c sp:7fffddeecf5e60 error:0 in newrelic-20090626.so[7f1b3735d000+50000]


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