It won't affect your database.  Adding --with-pgsql just tells php to
compile PostgreSQL support and tells it where to find the postgresql

It won't touch your database at all.

On Fri, 21 Dec 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Hello, just wondering if I compile or have to recompile php in teh future and
> use another db solution like postgres or what not, would
> -- with mysql or postgres risk overwriting database info or wipe it out?
> Or it just automaticall allows php to connect to the existing mysql/postgres
> tables as I would with perl and active server pages?
> Might sound silly, I just want to make sure there is no risk or ask if
> anybody has encountered such a problem when using
> ./configure
> Thanks. Normally I wouldn't ask, but what the heck, always good to be open
> minded of problems that don't seem likely, but can happen anyway. I just
> learned a hacker can wipe out a server with cgi forms (or used to be able to,
> that scared me)
> (Ok, stop laughing ;) )

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