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- Subject: php madness
- From: Matteo Cavalleri <shiva_(_dot_)_brahma_(_at_)_inwind_(_dot_)_it>
- Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 21:47:22 +0200
since i installed openbsd 3.3 i added php-core and php-pgsql module,
configured them and apache, started to build my site, etc etc....
everything was working perfectly. last time i worked on my site has been
more or less 4 days ago. today i loaded my site in my web browser and i
had an error saying more or less "undefined function pg_connect()"...
after a bit of investigation i discovered that php had "lost" the pgsql
module and all its configuration parameters were reset to the default.
since everything on disk was unchanged since last time i tried to
stop and restart apache and all the problems disappeared....
i'd like to know if someone has any clue about this thing, because i
really can't understand why it happened. i don't even know if it's a
php related problem or an openbsd related problem.
i searched the web of course, but all i could find where messages about
misconfigured php installation (which is not my case), and my logs
revealed nothing strange...
any help is really appreciated.
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