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Bug #8655 Inactive Connections on Oracle
Submitted: 2001-01-11 11:01 UTC Modified: 2001-01-12 08:55 UTC
From: eric dot poisse at cermex dot fr Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: OCI8 related
PHP Version: 4.0.4 OS: Linux RedHat 6.0 2.2.5-15smp
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 [2001-01-11 11:01 UTC] eric dot poisse at cermex dot fr
I use OCI function inside  PHP programs.
I can see inactive connections running on Oracle (select username, process, machine, status from v$session) when I use OCILogon (and OCIPlogon) even if I use OCILogoff.

The Version of Oracle is 8.1.5.0.2. (On the same server than Apache and PHP)
The Version of Apache is 1.3.9

PHP is compiled with the --enable-sigchild, --with-apache, --enable-track-vars, --enable-ftp  and --with-oci8 options.
Apache is compiled with --enable-module=most, -- activate-module=libphp4.a

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 [2001-01-11 14:44 UTC] eric dot poisse at cermex dot fr
Apache is working with 2 virtual hosts. I remember (but i'm
not sure) that I've not the problem when i have no virtual
hosts, ie only one server (no virtual).
 [2001-01-12 08:55 UTC] eric dot poisse at cermex dot fr
It's not au BUG... Sorry. 
It's happend only with OCIPlogon. With OCILogon and OCILogoff (or not), it works very well.
I don't know the use of OCIPlogon, but it's not for what i've to do ...

 
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