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Bug #14415 Unknown Startup Error
Submitted: 2001-12-10 17:57 UTC Modified: 2002-06-18 06:14 UTC
From: fizbo at codexscape dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: iPlanet related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: Solaris 8
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-12-10 17:57 UTC] fizbo at codexscape dot com
I compiled PHP as a NSAPI module with the following configure line:

./configure \
  --with-nsapi=/usr/netscape/server6 \
  --with-openssl=/usr/ssl \
  --enable-safe \
  --with-zlib \
  --enable-ftp \
  --with-gd \
  --with-ldap=/usr/ldap \
  --with-mysql=/usr/mysql \
  --with-pgsql=/usr/pgsql \
  --enable-trans-sid \
  --enable-libgcc \
  --enable-experimental-zts \
  --with-zlib-dir=/usr/zlib \
  --with-png-dir=/usr/png \

I've tried MANY combinations of the various lines, including not compiling anything but what is suggested in the documentation.  I'm runnin iPlanet 6.0sp2 on Solaris 2.8 and trying to get php 4.0.6 compiled (need PostgreSQL support at minimum...) but it seems to not matter, as any option simply gives me this error on startup:

    [https-www]: start failed. (2: unknown early startup error)
    [https-www]: iPlanet-WebServer-Enterprise/6.0SP2
    [https-www]: [LS ls1] http://<ip>, port 80 ready to accept requests
    [https-www]: [LS www-ssl] https://<ip>, port 443 ready to accept requests
    [https-www]: failure: server initialization failed (Interrupted system call)

Any help on this is appreciated...


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