le jeu 06-12-2001 à 06:14, John Kolvereid a écrit :
> It's me again,
> I got it. 1st, disregard the Mysql concerns. It was only slow because
> it wouldn't display until Oracle finished in the same script. 2nd, the
> reason that OCI did not work during the boot up was because APACHECTL which
> starts the web server needed $ORACLE_HOME to find something (not sure
> what). I simply added the line
> export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/8.1.7
> and now it works on bootup. Whew
> I would like to know if someone out there knows why APACHECTL requires
> $ORACLE_HOME, and/or what can be done to avoid putting in the extra line. I
> think this would eliminate a lot of grief to the ORACLE community.
> John Kolvereid wrote:
It isn't apache, launched with apachectl, that need the environnement
variable ORACLE_HOME, but the php extension oci8. The reason why is to
locate an oracle library to use the middleware : net8. Net8 is the
feature that use php to connect itself to an oracle database.
Look at the annoted php manual, oci8 section. There is a lot of tips
about this case.
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