Didn't know there were php logs, I thought they would be included in the Apache 
logs, where do I find the php logs?


From: Ashley Sheridan [mailto:a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk]
Sent: Thu 1/7/2010 8:42 AM
To: Vernon Webb
Cc: php-general@lists.php.net
Subject: RE: [PHP] Site Moved From PHP4 to PHP5 Server - header, location no 
longer working

On Thu, 2010-01-07 at 08:40 -0500, Vernon Webb wrote: 

        That's the odd thing, there is nothing being indicated in the error 
logs the server just hangs and I have to restart apache in order to get the 
site back up. First I thought it might be the server so I move over to a 
different server, but I still have the same issue. What I feel is really odd is 
the fact that it worked in a previous version of php, so waht's changed?
        From: Ashley Sheridan [mailto:a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk]
        Sent: Thu 1/7/2010 7:52 AM
        To: James McLean
        Cc: Vernon Webb; php-general@lists.php.net
        Subject: Re: [PHP] Site Moved From PHP4 to PHP5 Server - header, 
location no longer working
        On Thu, 2010-01-07 at 16:50 +1030, James McLean wrote: 
                On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Vernon Webb 
<ver...@comp-wiz.com> wrote:
                > I move a number of sites from one server to another and one 
the one server we had php4 and now we have php5 and since then my server seems 
to hang every time there is a header, location redirect. Anyone have any ideas 
on how to resolve this? Is there something I can easily change in the php.ini 
file that will resolve this issue?
                Off the top of my head it sounds like something is being output 
                the header, which causes an error. If you also have error 
                turned off, you will likely just see a white screen with no 
                Make sure none of your includes have trailing whitespace or are 
                to print out information before the header itself.
                Best bet is to turn on errors and log them, then you will see 
                the output started if infact that is your issue.
        Don't turn on errors if this machine is public, as it could potentially 
give out more information to people than you want. First, look at the error 
logs for PHP, which record all the errors you've had with the site, whether you 
have them displayed or not.
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Have you checked both the PHP and Apache error logs? Things like invalid 
commands in an .htaccess file can cause server crashes.

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