On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 12:55:34PM -0300, Andre wrote:
> The configuration in php.ini seems not to be used by httpd.

Make a script with phpinfo() in it and examine which php.ini file is being 
used.  Sounds like you may be accessing the wrong file, even though you're 
saying you're not.

> I've traced my httpd process and it opens the php.ini file in the expected 
> directory, but variables set in there don't take effect (e.g. engine=On, 
> display_errors=Off, etc.).

Are you making the changes in php.ini and _then_ restarting Apache?  If 
not, you need to.


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