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Bug #4601 Apache dies after php4 install
Submitted: 2000-05-26 06:08 UTC Modified: 2006-07-17 09:02 UTC
From: norlab1 at yahoo dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: OCI8 related
PHP Version: 4.0.0 Release OS: Redhat 6.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2000-05-26 06:08 UTC] norlab1 at yahoo dot com
After compiling php4 --with-apxs --with-oci8(or with-oracle) --enable-shared --enable-versioning --with-openssl --enable-sigchild .  I am using RH61 and secureweb server.  When I install php4.0.0 the ./configure and make and make install completes.   

When I try to start apache after installing php with oci8, the apache server crashes.  The php4 install works fine without oracle, my oracle8.1.5 install is ok.  There must be an issues with the php4 oci8 install with apache.

The apache server starts and immediately dies after install. When I check the httpsd status, it says "httpsd dead but subsys locked."  

i am using the php.ini-dist file create during the php4 install.  I have compiled libphp4.so and mod_php.c.  These two files are copied into my /usr/lib/apache directory.  

If this is a known bug and there is no way to install the combination that I listed above can you send me an e-mail.  I have spent many many hours on this install, and if it doesn't work, then I need to change my database.

Thanks brent

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 [2000-05-26 11:36 UTC] thies at cvs dot php dot net
    please relink your apache adding -lpthread to the LDFLAGS.
 
    the problem here is that a executable thats *not* linked
    agains -lpthread cannot load a shared library that is liked
    against -lpthread. (libphp4.so - linked against -lclntsh
    linked against -lpthread).
 
    this is a glibc-2.1 bug that supposed to be finxed in 2.2 (i
    heard).
                                   
 
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