Check out your system's logs / event viewer. If apache crashes (how do
you notice?) there should be some indication of the reason.
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 2:24 AM, Chris <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Bonger O wrote:
>> I have set up an environment on my Vista laptop comprising of Apache 2.2,
>> MySQL Server 5.1 and Php 5.2.5.
>> I'm using a simple php program that I found in a PHP/SQL book. The PHP
>> program queries a MySQL table and traverses the results array of the query
>> and should display on screen. However, there seems to be a problem with my
>> environment and as every time I run the program I get the error "*Apache
>> HTTP server stopped working and was closed*".
>> Below is the code I am using, but I have managed to narrow the problem down
>> to *$row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result);*
>> For some reason this is causing the crash. Would there be any reason that
>> this function cant be found perhaps? I really have no clue!!!
> If the function doesn't exist php gives that error, not a random crash.
> Does the query work outside of php (type it in to the mysql console
> directly) ?
> Does it happen for a particular record? ie it gets up to record #5
> before it crashes. What's in record #5?
> How many records are returned by the query? Maybe you're selecting too
> much data and the srever is killing it because it's taking too much
> memory (random guess :P).
> Do you have another environment you can try it in?
> What happens there when you:
> - use the same database
> - use a different database
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