no apache22, php5 cores
kline at thought.org
Fri Jan 21 21:55:47 UTC 2011
On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 11:05:53PM +1000, Da Rock wrote:
> On 01/21/11 07:49, Gary Kline wrote:
> >As of about an hour ago things are back. I cannot get apache22 to
> >launch of my server. I rebuilt php5 then did a
> ># php -v
> >and got an immediate core dump.
> >Note that I was using portmanager -u -f but without the --resume
> >switch and was 88% done upgrading when I accidently killed the xterm
> >[[ctwm]. I've made a clean start, this time with the -u -f and
> >--resume flags. Up to about 20%. Could the php5 troubles be why I
> >can't get apache to launch? [I also rebuilt php5-extensions.
> >Anything else I should consider?
> >thanks much.
> My first consideration would be to shuffle your extensions. Apache
> won't start if php won't load, and php has a fit if the extensions
> are loaded in the wrong order- ie. module loaded before dependency.
> It could be an upgrade disaster, but I'd doubt it.
Everything seems to be working except that
% lynx http://www.thought.org/
times out. Oh, and I haven't tried host thought.org yet. It
may be my latest bind97 since bind9 had an en-of-life recently.
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