OK, sounds good, what am I looking for? I don't see the module being declared
in my php.ini file on either of my servers.
Fortuno, Adam wrote:
It sounds like the MySQL extension module isn't loading. Here are some
things to confirm:
- Ensure the module is declared in your php.ini file
- If it exists in the php.ini, confirm the module is located and named
as stated in the php.ini file.
- If the module is named and located in the proper place, check your
permissions on that extension. You want to make sure whatever is running
your sight can access the module.
I hope this helps!
From: Alex Moen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 9:54 AM
Subject: [PHP-DB] Yet another Call to Undefined Function help request
PLEASE, don't just toss the e-mail... I think I have a unique enough
situation to warrant this e-mail.
First, I have searched the mailing lists for the answer to my problem.
I have also tried to find the answer through the documentation, but have
unsuccessful. Mailing lists are always my last resort.
Here's the situation. I have an *old* Cobalt Raq appliance with Apache
1.3.20 and an older version of mysql on it. I have a customer that
use a database on his website, and rather than update this old,
unsupported appliance and possibly break something, or go through the
hassle of moving
this customer with 100+ e-mail addresses to a different server, we have
installed a new, dedicated mysql server to use system-wide for any of
customers, and ourselves, to use as a db server. This seemed like a
good idea at the time, and I think it will work well once we figure out
Now, everything was going swimmingly, until we tried to access the db
with php on a web page (which is where we got the call to undefined
It was an old version of php, so I thought I'd upgrade, not as scary as
upgrading all three pieces of software. No resolution there. I
with mysql support, but still get the undefined function error. Now, on
the new db server, phpinfo reports a whole section on mysql. On this
server, there is no mysql section in phpinfo. I can log in and access
the databases remotly from the Cobalt server using command line mysql; I
like to try this at cli using php but don't know how.
I am obviously missing something and I can't find the answer anywhere,
other than "reinstall apache, mysql, and php", which is kind of scary on
server this old that is running as well as it is. Not only that, but my
ego is kicking in here and I would really like to understand what the
is rather than just reinstalling everything... That just seems too M$ to
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