you might want to also check your architecture flags for your compiler. i ran into this problem on a mac when I was compiling php and by default it tries to make a 32 bit and 64 bit binary, but pg was compiled as 64 bit only. I found that the php compile did not fail, but i was "missing" some functions just like you. when I recompiled php only 64 bit everything was picked up.
I found that watching the configure output gave indication as to whether or not certain functions will be picked up: PQescapeString PQunescapeBytea PQsetnonblocking PQcmdTuples PQoidValue PQclientEncoding PQparameterStatus PQprotocolVersion PQtransactionStatus PQexecParams PQprepare PQexecPrepared PQresultErrorField PQsendQueryParams PQsendPrepare PQsendQueryPrepared PQputCopyData PQputCopyEnd PQgetCopyData PQfreemem PQsetErrorVerbosity PQftable PQescapeStringConn PQescapeByteaConn pg_encoding_to_char If you see these thigns set to NO even after PostgreSQL support says yes, then you know you wont be getting all the functions. Ketema J. Harris ket...@ketema.net ket...@jabber.ketema.net (Jabber) http://www.ketema.net ket...@voip.ketema.net - VoIP 407-459-4809 - main 603-413-2882 - fax On May 20, 2010, at 12:26 PM, Ashley Sheridan wrote: > On Thu, 2010-05-20 at 09:21 -0700, Giancarlo Boaron wrote: >> >> Hi Jim. >> >> I think it depends on each server configuration but I checked in my server >> and I don't have the 'pgsql.so' and 'psql.ini' files and neither the 'www' >> directory. >> >> My Apache version is 2.2.15 and my root directory is >> /usr/local/apache2/htdocs. >> >> Thank you. >> >> >> --- Em qui, 20/5/10, Jim Lucas <li...@cmsws.com> escreveu: >> >> > De: Jim Lucas <li...@cmsws.com> >> > Assunto: Re: [PHP] Some undefined function errors >> > Para: "Giancarlo Boaron" <gboa...@yahoo.com.br> >> > Cc: pgsql-gene...@postgresql.org, email@example.com, >> > pgsql-nov...@postgresql.org >> > Data: Quinta-feira, 20 de Maio de 2010, 13:04 >> > Giancarlo Boaron wrote: >> > > Hi all. >> > > >> > > Recently, I wrote an email about the problem I was >> > having with some Postgres functions that when those >> > functions were called, I received the following error: "Call >> > to undefined function <function_name>". >> > > >> > > After some answers, I decided to rebuild a brand new >> > linux virtual machine with Apache + PHP + Postgres, but I >> > still get this annoying error messege with some functions >> > like pg_prepare() and pg_escape_string(). >> > > >> > > I compiled Postgres with --without-readline option. >> > > I compiled PHP with >> > --with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs and >> > --with-pgsql=/usr/local/pgsql/ >> > > >> > > And the compilation process has no errors. >> > > >> > > What am I doing wrong? Do I have to change something >> > in php_config.h file? If so, what do I have to change? >> > > >> > > Thank you. >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > >> > Depending on what version of apache you are running, you >> > need to make sure that >> > you are loading the pgsql.so file or have the psql.ini file >> > in your >> > /var/www/conf/php5/ directory. >> > >> > This way it knows to load pg. >> > >> > -- >> > Jim Lucas >> > >> > "Some men are born to greatness, some >> > achieve greatness, >> > and some have greatness >> > thrust upon them." >> > >> > Twelfth Night, Act II, Scene V >> > by William Shakespeare >> > >> >> >> >> > > I've generally found these sorts of things to be in /etc/php, /etc/php5 or > something similar. Within /etc you should see directories for both Apache and > PHP. If you have shell access to the machine, try calling a whereis command, > which might give you a better idea of where things are kept in your system. > > Thanks, > Ash > http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk > >