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From "Garnier, Jeremie" <JGarn...@nds.com>
Subject RE: APR, Oracle and PHP
Date Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:54:25 GMT
Hi all,


Thanks for your answer... I solve some problems...

Actually, I compile Apache with APR/APU and in the APU library, there are the references to

But I always have the driver loading error when I launch apache... Is there anymore configuration
in apache in order to load the oracle driver? Actually, I declare in httpd.conf:


    DBDriver oracle

    DBDParams "user=nds pass=oracle dbname=XE server="

    DBDMin 5

    DBDKeep 20

    DBDMax 50

    DBDExptime 120

    #DBDPrepareSQL, DBDPersist


Is there another thing to configure?









-----Message d'origine-----
De : Bojan Smojver [mailto:bojan@rexursive.com] 
Envoyé : mercredi 17 janvier 2007 22:32
À : Garnier, Jeremie
Cc : Justin Erenkrantz; dev@apr.apache.org
Objet : RE: APR, Oracle and PHP


On Wed, 2007-01-17 at 12:24 +0100, Garnier, Jeremie wrote:


> I juste have a question. When I compile APR/APU with oracle, why I

> don't I the library apr_dbd_oracle.so?


Are PHP and Apache linked against the new APU? What does ldd give you?


AFAIK, once you compile the Oracle driver in 1.3.0, it becomes part of

libaprutil - it's not a standalone shared object. That's at least how

libaprutil looks on my machine.


I would run ldd/nm to see what is actually in the libaprutil that your

PHP and/or Apache link against. There should be dbd_oracle_* symbols in






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