You may need to rebuild PHP to get it to look at the newer version of MySQL.
When it was originally built the 3.23.22-beta version of MySQL was probably 
what PHP was built against.

If you go into the PHP source directory and do a configure, make and make 
install (letting the configure script know where the newer version of MySQL 
is) then PHP should be using the newer version of MySQL.


On Wed, 31 Jan 2001 19:23, Fabrice Houvet wrote:
> Hello,
> I use the latest version of PHP (4.0.4pl1) and the latest stable version of
> MySQL (3.23.32) for my Apache Web Site.
> I see PHP use the 3.23.22-beta version of MySQL Client API.
> Can you explain me how i can upgrade the PHP MySQL Client ? A new PHP
> module version does exist ? May be only an upgrade of ext/mysql/libmysql
> directory is sufficient ?
> Thank for your response.
> Best Regards,
> Fabrice.

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