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From "Rod Macpherson" <treesp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] php crashes with msyql
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 04:19:31 GMT
I can tell it's important because you offered a hundred bucks for a
solution -- I hope the sarcasm is clear. You have a 100% reproducible
problem that PHP will not let you debug? This sounds like a PHP
problem. Replace the page with something that works and fix it later.

On 3/21/06, Noah Silverman <noah@allresearch.com> wrote:
> William,
>
> I regret the accusations.
>
> i am an accomplished developer working for a major firm.  This was
> going to be a simple task of updating apache to 2.2.  Something along
> the way got screwed up.  I've spent close to 24 hours on this with no
> sleep.  We, of course, tried this on a test sever before touching the
> production one.  The weird thing is that it worked perfectly on the
> test machine.
>
> The server in question is a KEY webserver used by our clients to
> access their accounts.  Our customer support system is flooded with
> people who are upset about the server being down.  Myself, and all
> the other parties concerned, would consider the loss of a key
> webserver to be "mission critical".
>
> The definition of spam is "unsolicited commercial e-maill".  This is
> nothing of the sort.  It is not an attempt to sell anyhing, or scam
> anyone.  I am simply asking for help in the correct forum.  I cross-
> posted because the lists have different audiences.  Not everybody
> reads all the lists. You may personally like the nature of my
> request, that but that is no reason to crucify, threaten, or insult
> me.   I am professional who has run into an issue that he can't solve
> and asked for help.  How am I the one breaching etiquette??
>
> -N
>
>
> On Mar 21, 2006, at 7:48 PM, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
>
> > Noah Silverman wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I have a mission critical problem that I cant seem to solve.  Can
> >> anyone help??
> >> I'll even offer $100 paypal if someone gives me the answer to
> >> solve  this issue.
> >
> > Noah - do this again and will simply unsub you from at least the
> > apache.org
> > lists, and I'm sure the folks at php lists feel similar.  Once is
> > enough,
> > enough is enough.  Your choice of PHP and your choice of
> > compensation, your
> > choice of spamming these lists and your choice to crosspost
> > demonstrate your
> > utter lack of comprehension of technology and utter lack of
> > professionalism.
> >
> > Ergo, we must assume that you don't have a clue what "mission
> > critical" means,
> > other than that you heard it last week in a lecture.  Good luck,
> > stay in school,
> > learn some etiquite along the way.
> >
> >
> >
> >
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