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php 5.1.4 and Zend Problems

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  1. Norman

    Norman Well-Known Member

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    I've searched around and see that people are having problems with php 5 and mysql..

    However my problem doesn't fall into the MySQL bugs, as I still have our mySQL at 4.0 for right now, I've not decided to upgrade it yet

    However, when I updated to php 5.1.4 last night, now ZEND isn't working for some things

    My php -v shows it's installed..
    I'm not sure if I'm missing something or not..
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I have read in some other threads Zend 3.0 is causing problems and if it is causing you problems you should probably revert to 2.62. We editted the /scripts/installzendopt to the following:

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    #my $ver = '3.0.0';
    my $ver = '2.6.2';
    Hope that helps you.
     
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  3. AndyReed

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    That's right. ZendOptimizer v3.x is not 100% compatible with Php yet. Remove v3.x and install the most stable release v2.6.2
     
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  4. Norman

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    Thanks guys.. to help the problem with users yesterday I just downgraded PHP but would like 5.1

    I'll try that.. I appreciate the help
     
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    Okay I downgraded to 2.6.2 and still getting the same error, that PHP can't find zend..
    http://www.myclubinfo.org/test/index.php

    Is there another version I can downgrade that will be compatiable with 5.1.4 or do I have to go back to 5.0.5
     
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  6. AndyReed

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    Zend v2.6.2 is pretty much compatible with Php 4.x.x and v5.x.x
    Are there any error messages?
     
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    I did not.. and had to downgrade to get it to work (to 5.0.5) ..

    I'm rebuiling now.. it will break a couple of hosted sites, but they know what's going on..
     
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    Okay so I got this figured out..

    I now have php 5.1.4 and zend optimizer 3.0 working hand in hand with no problems

    I had to re-compile apache (easyapache) with Versioning turned off..
     
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