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From Daniel Griscom <gris...@suitable.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_dbd on OS X problem
Date Sat, 28 Oct 2006 16:14:28 GMT
At 4:52 PM +0100 10/28/06, Nick Kew wrote:
>On Sat, 2006-10-28 at 09:08 -0400, Daniel Griscom wrote:
>
>>  >[Sat Oct 28 08:57:29 2006] [crit] (70023)This function has not been
>>  >implemented on this platform: DBD: driver for [DBDriver unset] not
>>  >available
>>  >[Sat Oct 28 08:57:29 2006] [crit] (70023)This function has not been
>>  >implemented on this platform: DBD: failed to initialise
>
>You can ignore those messages if you don't want dbd.

Oh, I'd assumed these "[crit]" errors meant Apache hadn't even started up.

>But the best solution if you have no need of an SQL backend
>is just don't load mod_dbd in the first place.

Well, THAT worked. I just put a "#" in front of the line "LoadModule 
dbd_module modules/mod_dbd.so", and the errors are gone. Most 
excellent. (I'd thought that mod_dbd might be intertwined with the 
abundance of other modules, but nope!)

>Yes, it's a bug that you get those error messages when you
>didn't think you had configured dbd at all.

I'll second that. Cryptic error messages emitted by code that 
shouldn't even be executing.

>Authentication is just one thing you do with dbd.
>And it's way OTT to use an SQL backend for that,
>if you don't have an SQL application somewhere too!

Well, I am using mySQL, but in the PHP-based MantisBT, so (I think) 
Apache won't be involved.


Thanks for the help,
Dan

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Daniel T. Griscom             griscom@suitable.com
Suitable Systems              http://www.suitable.com/
1 Centre Street, Suite 204    (781) 665-0053
Wakefield, MA  01880-2400

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