[phpa] Re: Error : get_cached_compiled_file had no path

First I would verify with version of glibc you are running.  Just type
in this command "rpm -qa | grep glibc" and you should see something like
"glibc-2.2.2-10", which indicates the version (2.2 in this case).

Hope this helps,
Chris

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Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2001 12:19 PM
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Subject: [phpa] Error : get_cached_compiled_file had no path




It looks very simple to setup but I can't get it to work !

I keep having this message in the Apache error_log :
"WARNING: get_cached_compiled_file had no path"

My config : linux Redhat 6.2 box with PHP 4.0.6 and Apache/1.3.12
What I did :
- download and uncompress php_accelerator_1.0p6.tgz (NOTE I used the glibc 
2.1 but I don't know what version I have)
- copied the .so file to the extension directory (/usr/local/Zend/lib/)
- modified the php.ini (all default values: 4 lines commented)
zend_extension="/usr/local/Zend/lib/php_accelerator.so"
;phpa.c0_size = 4
;phpa.cache_dir = /tmp
;phpa.c0_logging = on
;phpa.c0_stats_check_period = 5m
- restarted httpd

I can see that php_accelerator is active in the phpinfo page.

But no cached files are generated at all (and still this error message: 
"WARNING: get_cached_compiled_file had no path")

I tried to chmod 777 the tmp directory just in case.

Thank you for your help !

Ronan




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