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From Ged Haywood <...@www2.jubileegroup.co.uk>
Subject Re: Seg Fault with PHP and Perl together
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 18:17:21 GMT
Hi there,

On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Jon Harris wrote:

> I inherited a very happy cobalt raq3 with 2 sites using embedded Perl 
> which work very well. There are about 20 sites on the box. I needed to 
> get PHP running on the same box, so I made the module, added it into the 
> httpd.conf and PHP was working fine - Except that it broke the perl sites.

( Disclaimer: I don't use PHP. :)

Check out the mod_perl List archives, a number of people are doing
this kind of thing and there was a thread very recently about it.

You may perhaps find you need to compile a new Apache (static linking
instead of DSO), but it's no big deal.  But I'd first check those
archives, and maybe make sure that I'd used the same compiler for the
PHP module build as was used for Apache and mod_perl.  It's worth
checking the options used as well, things like large file support
can cause problems if they're not the same for each build.

I don't know if there are any issues with the versions of the various
bits of software you're using, there might be.  Perl 5.005 is getting
a little long in the tooth now, and you didn't say which Apache 1.3
you have, there are lots of them...

I wouldn't expect the problem to be related to EmbPerl but you never
know.  There's an EmbPerl site, check out the mod_perl home page for
the address, but Gerald Richter reads the posts here too.

And yes, it sometimes does matter what order you do things in - you
might find that the order of loading modules is important - but I
don't know of any particular problem with the modules you mentioned.
You could make a completely new Apache just to test things and run it
as a separate server, not listening to port 80 but to some other port.
There are lots of useful pointers to doing things like this in the
Guide, the mod_perl home page will lead you there too.

73,
Ged.






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