Another PHP5 problem
editor at d3photography.com
Thu Jun 16 01:14:48 UTC 2011
I have very few uses for sqlite3 but I still have them. And PDO? Never seen anything run it.
Just because it is on by default
1) doesn't mean it's good for you and
2) the port connected to it is functioning properly.
On Jun 15, 2011, at 7:18 PM, Jack L. Stone wrote:
> At 06:35 PM 6/15/2011 -0500, Ryan Coleman wrote:
>> That wouldn't likely cause a segfault, but you could use your apache logs
> to see if there's something in the last file before the segfault occurs...
> but that could be a wild goose chase.
>> On Jun 15, 2011, at 5:57 PM, Jack L. Stone wrote:
>>> At 04:04 PM 6/15/2011 -0500, Ryan Coleman wrote:
>>>> My solution for these issues is usually pretty easy:
>>>> Disable all extensions (with a ; before the line) and then re-enable
>>> batches until it dies on you and then go through line-by-line to see which
>>> one did it.
>>>> Should take about 5 minutes, tops, to run through the entire list.
> Found it! 2 extensions were the problem:
> # extension=sqlite3.so
> # extension=pdo_sqlite.so
> Don't even know why they got in there.... (except I checked the boxes in
> make config)
> Thanks for the great idea!
> Happy trails,
> Jack L. Stone
> System Admin
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