php5 and postgresql 8.2/8.3
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Thu Apr 17 15:55:17 UTC 2008
Claus Guttesen wrote:
>> I have installed php5 with support for postgresql (php5-pgsql). If I
>> install postgresql-client ver. 8.2.7 or 8.3.x apache (httpd)
>> core-dumps. If I install postgresql-client 8.1.11 or 8.2.6 apache does
>> not core-dump.
>> I have confirmed that it's postgresql which makes apache core dump by
>> commenting out pgsql.so in /usr/local/etc/php/extensions.ini. This -
>> off-course - prevents me from connecting to my db. :-/
>> Apache is ver. 1.3.41 from ports with no changes to the default-values
>> during portinstall. PHP is ver. 5.2.5_1.
> Replying to myself (and others :-) ). When compiling php5 statically
> with postgresql-support apache no longer core dumps. I added
> CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--with-pgsql to /usr/ports/lang/php5/Makefile.
Not sure if this would make much of a difference in your case, but have you
tried moving the line for pgsql.so up higher in extensions.ini?
I haven't had any trouble with PostgreSQL's PHP extension, but I have with
plenty of others (MySQL, recode, imap, sockets, and pspell) when the
extensions were not in a specific order.
I've documented the issue here:
More info can be found in the archives as well.
If that does alleviate your problem, let me know and I'll add notes for
pgsql.so to my workaround.
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