On Wed, Jan 10, 2001 at 04:51:51PM +0100, Uwe Steinmann wrote:
> Then I fired up gdb, set a breakpoint right before ldap_open()
> in php_if_ldap_connect() and run httpd with -X -f <conf.file>.
> Steping into ldap_open() didn't work, though openldap was compiled
> with --enable-debug. BTW, listing the openldap file in which
> ldap_open() is defined works. Setting a breakpoint in ldap_open()
> didn't have any effect which supports my theory that ldap_open()
> isn't called for some mystical reason.
My first guess would be that you have some other library with
ldap_open(), one such might be Oracle. If any libraries are
loaded at runtime you can see it using strace. It could be that
Apache has loaded some other LDAP library (or compiled statically).
There are some Apache LDAP modules out there for instance.
Well, just some thoughts, I don't know really.
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