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update problem: phpinfo disabled?

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I just updated my server to apache 1.3.33 and php 5.0.3 from apache
1.3.31 and php 4.3.9. It's running RedHat and MySQL 4.0.20.

All the code that I created myself in PHP is working as it should with
no glitches.

However, phpMyAdmin stopped working and most importantly, because I need
to diagnose the problem, phpinfo() is not working either.

I used the php.ini-recommended for the new configuration with minor
changes, like magic_quote_gpc = On and extended the max_input_time and
register_globals = On.

how do I enable phpinfo()?

I googled it, but after reading a ton of pages, I'm back where I
started. I'm stumped.

Are there any other things that I should look for since this is PHP5
instead of PHP4?

TIA

Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 13:12:57 -0500, John Drako wrote
(in article <cv*********@news4.newsguy.com>):
I just updated my server to apache 1.3.33 and php 5.0.3 from apache
1.3.31 and php 4.3.9. It's running RedHat and MySQL 4.0.20.

All the code that I created myself in PHP is working as it should with
no glitches.

However, phpMyAdmin stopped working and most importantly, because I need
to diagnose the problem, phpinfo() is not working either.

I used the php.ini-recommended for the new configuration with minor
changes, like magic_quote_gpc = On and extended the max_input_time and
register_globals = On.

how do I enable phpinfo()?

I googled it, but after reading a ton of pages, I'm back where I
started. I'm stumped.

Are there any other things that I should look for since this is PHP5
instead of PHP4?


More info:

When I remove the php.ini file, phpMyAdmin works. However, any page that
has phpinfo() in it does not produce any output. No errors in the log
file.

I enabled display_errors and display_startup_errors temporarily and
still the pages that contained phpinfo didn't produce any output, not
even an error message.

disable_function in php.ini is empty.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:22:22 -0500, John Drako wrote
(in article <cv*********@news4.newsguy.com>):
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 13:12:57 -0500, John Drako wrote
(in article <cv*********@news4.newsguy.com>):
I just updated my server to apache 1.3.33 and php 5.0.3 from apache
1.3.31 and php 4.3.9. It's running RedHat and MySQL 4.0.20.

All the code that I created myself in PHP is working as it should
with no glitches.

However, phpMyAdmin stopped working and most importantly, because I
need to diagnose the problem, phpinfo() is not working either.

I used the php.ini-recommended for the new configuration with minor
changes, like magic_quote_gpc = On and extended the max_input_time
and register_globals = On.

how do I enable phpinfo()?

I googled it, but after reading a ton of pages, I'm back where I
started. I'm stumped.

Are there any other things that I should look for since this is PHP5
instead of PHP4?


More info:

When I remove the php.ini file, phpMyAdmin works. However, any page
that has phpinfo() in it does not produce any output. No errors in
the log file.

I enabled display_errors and display_startup_errors temporarily and
still the pages that contained phpinfo didn't produce any output, not
even an error message.

disable_function in php.ini is empty.


Well, problem solved.

It turned out that the compile option --enable-zend-multibyte was
causing a segmentation fault and killing some stuff.

Recompiled without it and everything is working as it should.

Jul 17 '05 #3

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