The database is MySQL.

On Friday 20 July 2001 10:15, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:
> > Thank you for taking the time out of you busy schedule to help me.  We
> > have not been able to get 4.0.6 to work on the server.  We can compile
> > fine, but when we perform a check with phpinfo (), the server reports
> > php-4.0.4pl1.  We have configured PHP as a module to apache but do not
> > know how to get apache to recognize the newer version.
> That's a basic "you are doing something silly problem".  Delete all
> instances of on your server.  Then in your PHP directory do a
> "rm config.cache; make clean; ./configure --with...; make; make install"
> If you follow these steps you will see PHP 4.0.6 (or alternatively your
> server won't start at all because it is looking for in the
> wrong place)
> Unless of course you built the static module version of PHP (see if your
> phpinfo() output says --with-apache or --with-apxs in the configure flags
> section).  If it says --with-apxs it is a dynamic module, if it says
> --with-apache it is static.  If it is static you will need to rebuild your
> apache httpd binary.
> > We would like to solve these memory leaks as best as possible.  We have
> > not been able to duplicate the leaks on our test server which has made
> > trouble shooting much harder.  It appears as though the leak is directly
> > related to how much load the server has on it.  Are there any good load
> > tools out there that we can use to duplicate this?  We believe the leaks
> > are related to database calls.  The database is on a seperate server, and
> > the abstraction layer was written in php.  Any directions you could point
> > us in would be greatly appreciated.
> Which database?
> -Rasmus


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