ports/102561: rc.d ordering results in apache + mod_php5 starting without pdo mysql support
andrew at biliskner.demon.co.uk
Sun Aug 27 21:28:58 UTC 2006
The problem itself occurs with databases/pecl-PDO_MYSQL used with
www/apache20 and the lang/php5 apache module.
It only occurs on boot, which led me to believe the fix is to
databases/mysql50-client because the ports startup script is not running
ldconfig early enough in the boot process as it has an old style rc.d script
000.mysql-client.sh, which is run after the new style rc.d script for
From: Mark Linimon [mailto:linimon at FreeBSD.org]
Sent: 27 August 2006 21:30
To: andrew at biliskner.demon.co.uk; linimon at FreeBSD.org;
freebsd-ports-bugs at FreeBSD.org; linimon at FreeBSD.org
Subject: Re: ports/102561: rc.d ordering results in apache + mod_php5
starting without pdo mysql support
Synopsis: rc.d ordering results in apache + mod_php5 starting without pdo
State-Changed-When: Sun Aug 27 20:29:17 UTC 2006
To which port does this PR apply?
Responsible-Changed-When: Sun Aug 27 20:29:17 UTC 2006
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