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So as a go to set up php for the new server ... i see this at the bottom of the ./configure output...
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+ | *** WARNING *** | | | | You chose to compile PHP with the built-in MySQL support. If you | | are compiling a server module, and intend to use other server | | modules that also use MySQL (e.g, mod_auth_mysql, PHP 3.0, | | mod_perl) you must NOT rely on PHP's built-in MySQL support, and | | instead build it with your local MySQL support files, by adding | | --with-mysql=/path/to/mysql to your configure line. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------+
.... *argh* .... *sigh* ....

In reply to Re: uh... segfault. mod_perl, Apache::DBI and other atrocities. by vaevictus
in thread uh... segfault. mod_perl, Apache::DBI and other atrocities. by vaevictus

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