Curtis Maurand <cur...@maurand.com> wrote:
>Ethan Rosenberg wrote:
>> Dear List -
>mysqli extension seems to have gone away.
>> $host =
>> $user = 'root';
>> $password = 'SdR3908';
>> echo "hello2<br />";
>var_dump(function_exists('mysqli_connect'));// this returns boo(false)
>> $db = 'Store';
>> $cxn =
>> I tried to
>> rosenberg:/home/ethan# apt-get install
>package lists... Done
>> Building dependency tree
>state information... Done
>> libapache2-mod-php5 is already the
>> libapache2-mod-php5 set to manually
>> php5-cli is already the newest version.
>php5-cli set to manually installed.
>> php5-common is already the
>> php5-common set to manually installed.
>0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
>> It did not help.
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>this in ubuntu forums.
>sudo apt-get install
>This package contains the PHP module that interfaces with the MySQL
Could it be that the mysql service on the server has stopped. Typically you'd
do something like this on RedHat/Fedora servers:
service mysqld status
That would certainly stop the extension working from within PHP.
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