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apache php stopped working

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I was forced to reboot my linux server (power outage) and now apache php
won't deal with mysql. I've double and triple checked
/etc/php4/apache/php.ini and the proper settings are there. If I pull
up http://mydomain/server-info, it shows this:

===============================================
Module Name: mod_php4.c
Content handlers: application/x-httpd-php ,
application/x-httpd-php-source , text/html
Configuration Phase Participation: Create Directory Config, Merge
Directory Configs, Child Exit
Request Phase Participation: none
Module Directives:
php_value - PHP Value Modifier
php_flag - PHP Flag Modifier
php_admin_value - PHP Value Modifier (Admin)
php_admin_flag - PHP Flag Modifier (Admin)
Current Configuration:
===============================================

Note the lack of anything after "Current Configuration". Any tips would
be greatly appreciated. I'm at a loss.

FYI, MySQL is working perfectly and my perl based web pages that access
a database are working.

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Rossz
Jul 17 '05 #1
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It turns out the failure was due to a module I had installed yesterday:
mod_auth_mysql. When I removed it the problem went away.

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Rossz
Jul 17 '05 #2

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