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Zend outdated? how do I update?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SoftDux, Mar 29, 2007.

  1. SoftDux

    SoftDux Well-Known Member

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    Hi all

    I got this today from my cronjob:


    Does anyone know how to upgrade Zend?

    Running /scripts/installzendopt gives me the version I'm running already.

    PHP output:
     
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    Just run this command: /scripts/installzendopt 3.2.6

    -FL-
     
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    SoftDux Well-Known Member

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    I have done that already, but still get the same errors.

    Doing a search on this forums, yield threads more than 3 years old, with no fixes either, so it'd be really nice if someone could tell me how to fix the problem
     
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    Little HowTo

    Here do you have a good HowTo for Zendoptimizer.


    SSH into your server as 'root' user

    # change to the /usr/local/lib directory:
    cd /usr/local/lib

    # Make a backup of your php.ini before you proceed:
    cp -p php.ini php.ini.orig

    # change to the /usr/local/src/ directory:
    cd /usr/local/src/


    # Download the file to your server; get it from:
    http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-optimizer.php

    # untar it:
    tar -xzvf ZendOptimizer-3.2.8-linux-glibc23-x86_64.tar.gz (set the version of your system here, this is just a example)

    cd ZendOptimizer-3.2.8-linux-glibc23-x86_64

    ./install

    # You'll be asked some questions; always use the default actions except for the final question which asks if you want to restart the webserver. Answer that one no, and do a manual restart; the script doesn't work, so restart manually.

    # Restart Apache
     
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    SoftDux Well-Known Member

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    Ok, the problem IS NOT WITH Zend.

    It's an SNMP problem, and I need to know how to solve it. At first I thought it was Zend, but it's not. Reinstalling Zend the whole time doesn't fix the problem
     
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    Did you ever find what your problem was and get it resolved? We are now getting the same errors :(
     
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    had same issue but when i was installing the zend i was pointing to wrong dir for php.ini file
    /usr/local/php4/lib something weird.. but works..
     
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