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Bug #1379 PHP3 does not return full pages when databases are accessed
Submitted: 1999-05-06 05:21 UTC Modified: 1999-05-06 11:19 UTC
From: bueltemann at adinfo dot de Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Performance problem
PHP Version: 3.0.5 OS: debian Linux 2.0 (Kernel 2.0.36)
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-05-06 05:21 UTC] bueltemann at adinfo dot de
I run Apache 1.3.3/PHP2/PHP 3.0.5 on a Linux -2.0.36/i486 machine, everythings fine.
I run Apache 1.3.3/PHP2/PHP 3.05 on a Linux-2.0.36/i586 SMP-machine, database access is weird.

The httpd and php3 are configured the same:
Apache 1.3.3
PHP version 2.0.1
PHP Version 3.0.5
--with-pgsql (Postgres 6.3.2)
--with-msql (mSQL 2.0)
--with-mysql(mySQL 3.21.30)
--with-gd (GD 1.3)
--with-zlib (zlib 1.1.1)
--with-ldap(Open LDAP 1.2)

On the i486 all works fine.
On the SMP-machine (2* Pentium 90/128 MB) the parses pages are not fully returned to the client, when a database is accessed. The datas are retrieved, but the page ist not fully returned.

Both machines access the same database servers over the network.


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 [1999-05-06 11:19 UTC] eschmid at cvs dot php dot net
I cannot see your problem with performance. Install your database server
local and make use of your Unix socket's.

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