Hi all,

at this moment I'm debugging a site for a customer.
At some weird moments we get this error
Fatal error: Internal Zend error - Missing class information for in
classes/sql.class on line 4
The file itself is a class which we use for connect to the mysql.
It get's some variables for the current session.

After touching this file ,
the error is gone.
The strange thing about this is that after some time the error reappears.
It would be reasonable if the error accours after the 2'nd reload.
But that doesn't happen at all.
Is there some trick to tell Zend not to cache this file??

Met vriendelijke groet/with kind regards,

Tijmen Hennink

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