thx for your enlighment On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 2:15 AM, Venkat Raman Don <don.ra...@microsoft.com>wrote:
> Hi, > > Let me take a shot at explaining this in simple terms. Most of the > Operating System today is building support for IPV6. IPV4 has its own set of > limitation and hence the world is moving to IPV6. I am not going to explain > differences between two, but for the sake of this discussion assume that > they are different. > > A close look at PHP MySQL driver code indicates that mysql_connect() > function uses mysql_real_connect() to connect to MySQL. The API > mysql_real_connect() is an API which comes from MySQL dll (MySQL development > team and is part of MySQL database installation). So this means the support > for IPV6 in PHP MySQL driver is not possible unless there is a support for > IPV6 in MySQL database. So the limitation (or no support for IPV6 or > whatever word may be used to describe this situation) is coming from MySQL > database limitation. So now it is clear that this is not a PHP bug in the > sense that nothing can be changed in PHP code base to fix it. > > Let's move on to operating system concern now. A typical host file > (irrespective of OS) has two columns which contains the IP address and host > name binding to it. In order to support both IPV4 and IPV6 (at least on > Windows) localhost is getting mapped to two IP addresses. There can be other > reasons for mapping same localhost to multiple IP address. What is important > is that, there is a case where we have multiple IP address pointing to same > host name. A close inspection of MySQL code reveals that the function > mysql_real_connect() actually tries to connect to only the first IP address > returned for the hostname and if this fails, no further attempt to connect > using other IP address associated with same host name is made. This can be > fixed and I believe a patch is already lying in some development branch of > MySQL and please follow MySQL release to know which version has this fix > integrated. I do not have any idea about that. But an important thing is > that this bug can surface on any OS where you have above condition satisfied > for the host file. Yes WINDOWS, Ubuntu, Solaris all will and may get > impacted. So this means that this is not a problem with Windows OS or for > that reason any other OS. > > Hope this explain things. > > Thanks, > Don. > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Gunawan Wibisono [mailto:landavi...@gmail.com] > Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2010 7:37 AM > To: php-wind...@lists.php.net; firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: [PHP-WIN] Re: [PHP-DB] Cannot connect to MySQL > > sry.. this kinda other person problem > thx for your support and I kinda found this problem on other place.. Is > posible.. the problem in the windows 7? > > On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Venkat Raman Don > <don.ra...@microsoft.com>wrote: > > > Seems like IPV6 functionality of Windows and MySQL driver is not gelling > > well. > > > > Please see http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=50172. > > This is also discussed in MySQL forum at > > http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?52,294772,294772#msg-294772. > > > > Thanks, > > Don. > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Lester Caine [mailto:les...@lsces.co.uk] > > Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2010 9:01 AM > > To: php-windows > > Subject: Re: [PHP-WIN] Re: [PHP-DB] Cannot connect to MySQL > > > > Gunawan Wibisono wrote: > > > Hello, > > > > > > First of all, I apologise if I do something wrong, because I'm new to > > this > > > weird system. > > > > > > For test purposes, I have installed Apache 2.2.14 with PHP 5.3.1 and > > MySQL > > > 5.1.44 on Windows 7 Home Premium. However, whenever I try accessing > > MySQL > > > via PHP, I get the following error: > > > > > > A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not > properly > > > respond after a period of time, or established connection failed > because > > > connected host has failed to respond. > > > > > > MySQL's command line client is still working fine. I think that PHP > > simply > > > does not see MySQL, though the settings in php.ini seem to be correct. > > > Earlier (before I upgraded to Windows 7 and PHP 5.3) it worked. I've > > tried > > > turning off the antivirus, because sometimes it may cause timeouts, > but > > it > > > didn't help. Can someone please help me fix this? > > > > PHP does not come with any database enabled by default, so you will need > to > > enable one. For MySQL just look in php.ini for the line > > ;extension=php_mysql.dll > > and remove the ';' at the front, and then restart Apache. > > The first page you should create is > > > > <?php > > phpinfo(); > > ?> > > > > Which will list all the modules that are active ;) > > > > > > > > -- > > Lester Caine - G8HFL > > ----------------------------- > > Contact - http://lsces.co.uk/wiki/?page=contact > > L.S.Caine Electronic Services - http://lsces.co.uk > > EnquirySolve - http://enquirysolve.com/ > > Model Engineers Digital Workshop - http://medw.co.uk// > > Firebird - http://www.firebirdsql.org/index.php > > > > -- > > PHP Windows Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > > > > > > > -- > > PHP Windows Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > > > > > > -- > akan ada dimana mulut terkunci dan suara tak ada lagi.. > saat itu gunakanlah HP untuk melakukan SMS!! > -> ini aliran bedul.. bukan aliran aneh. > tertawa sebelum tertawa didepan RSJ.. > -- akan ada dimana mulut terkunci dan suara tak ada lagi.. saat itu gunakanlah HP untuk melakukan SMS!! -> ini aliran bedul.. bukan aliran aneh. tertawa sebelum tertawa didepan RSJ..