popeye

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Hi when i go to enable PDO i get this message below and just want to check it wont break anything ?

If you plan on installing or updating PDO drivers (freetds, oracle, etc) via PECL you might want to skip this option as PECL will install the version of PDO it has. This option will make the following changes to your profile prior to the build:
Enables: SQLite3.
Are you sure you want to do this?
 

STS Admin

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are you installing PDO via easyapache or manually using pecl i.e "pecl install pdo"? You should use easyapache to install PDO
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Yes, it's normal for this message to appear. Enabling PDO should not cause any problems, but the message is worth taking into consideration if you plan on installing or updating PDO drivers (freetds, oracle, etc) via PECL.

Thank you.
 

popeye

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Hello :)

Yes, it's normal for this message to appear. Enabling PDO should not cause any problems, but the message is worth taking into consideration if you plan on installing or updating PDO drivers (freetds, oracle, etc) via PECL.

Thank you.
Hi will i have to install drivers or anything else ? its only so Drupal sites will work.
 

cPanelMichael

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I am not aware of any specific PDO drivers required for Drupal, so you should be able to simply install PDO through EasyApache. However, you may want to check on the Drupal forums directly to be sure.

Thank you.