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ZendOpt 3.3.0 kills remote includes in PHP 4

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by driverC, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. driverC

    driverC Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I just updated Apache using easyapache. Now all of a sudden include() doesn't work with remote URLs anymore. After some research I found that the problem is caused by ZendOptimizer 3.3.0.

    Now I wanted to downgrade. Unfortunately it is not possible. The new installzendopt doesn't let you downgrade anymore.

    Any ideas ?
     
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    dalem Well-Known Member
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    just install in manually :)
     
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    driverC Well-Known Member

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    No this doesn't solve the problem. If you install Zend 3.3.0 and PHP 4.4.8 these settings in your php.ini will get ignored.

    The only thing I could do would be to install an older version of Zend manually. The problem is I do not have a download URL for older versions of Zend. So if anyone can help me out with that please let me know.

    I really hope whoever is responsible for this will patch this bug as soon as possible. A lot of users appear to be affected.
     
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    mctDarren Well-Known Member

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    Not that it helps you at the moment, but be aware that PHP 4 is almost at end of life and is no longer supported. Might be the perfect time to upgrade to PHP 5.
     
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    We've downgraded the version of Zend Optimizer used with PHP 4.4.x to 3.2.2 to work around this bug until Zend releases a fixed version of 3.3.0. To install the fixed version run this command:

    /scripts/phpextensionmgr install Zendopt

    Recompiling Apache and PHP isn't necessary.
     
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    driverC Well-Known Member

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    EDIT: Ok thanks...this worked :D
     
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