ID: 10222
Updated by: rasmus
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Reproduceable crash
Assigned To: 

A -L/your/path is added, but yes, then -lmysqlclient comesafter that and if a 
mysqlclient library appears on your default link path it will be used.  That's just 
the way it works and the way just about anything you compile on a UNIX system will 
work.  Don't put libraries in your default path if you don't want them used.  I don't 
see this being "fixed"

Previous Comments:

[2001-04-07 09:51:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
i have several mysql daemons (different versions) running on my system.
the problem is that php is always compiled with 
-lmysqlclient and thus links against the default library (in my case 
/usr/lib/libmysqlclient*) even if you specify a different path to mysql during 
This was causing crash (segfault) on startup with all versions of apache after 1.3.14 
and all versions of php 4+
I just figured out that this library missmatch was causing this problem, the crash has 
already been explained in bug #7976 once upon a time.


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