Re: Configure Command from ./php -i incorrect?

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Yeah it's on centOS 5.6 and only one php installed which I built myself. I am using php over fastcgi with nginx/lighttpd 
So I am 100% it's the correct binary. 
It's really strange as I do this very often on similar systems and I never had such a strange problem. 

In the end it doesn't matter. It's just weird

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Am 31.05.2011 um 20:45 schrieb "Keith Roberts" <keith@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> On Tue, 31 May 2011, Philipp Schuler wrote:
> 
>> To: "php-install@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <php-install@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> From: Philipp Schuler <Philipp.Schuler@xxxxxxxxxx>
>> Subject:  Configure Command from ./php -i incorrect?
>> 
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> I wanted to check one of my php installations, a php-5.3.5 
>> . On php -i it only shows a part of the configure command 
>> I used, however everything I wanted to configure/compile 
>> in _IS_ working. For example --enable-calendar, doesnt 
>> show up in the configure command but it DOES work and 
>> shows up as "enabled" in the rest of the php -i
>> 
>> Is there any reason why the configure command outputted by 
>> php-i isnt complete ?
> 
> Hi Phil,
> 
> What you need to remember is that when you compile php from 
> source, you get 3 types of executable php files.
> 
> (On Centos 5.6 packages)
> 
> First there's the command line versions
> 
> /usr/bin/php
> /usr/bin/php-cgi
> 
> 
> Then there's the apache php module, called
> /usr/lib/httpd/modules/libphp5.so that gets loaded once into 
> memory as an apache loadable module, when apache first 
> starts.
> 
> It sounds to me like you have compiled php yourself, and 
> installed the apache module libphp5.so for the version you 
> just compiled.
> 
> If you restat apache and load a php page with this in it:
> 
> <?php
>    phpinfo();
> ?>
> 
> That should show the options you compiled your version of 
> php with.
> 
> Now, if you still have the old previous version of php 
> installed, and do # php -i from the command line, you will 
> not see the same compile options as the version you 
> compiled.
> 
> If you are going to compile php yourself from source, it's 
> best to uninstall any previous versions that are on your 
> system. Start with a clean slate, so to speak.
> 
> HTH
> 
> Kind Regards,
> 
> Keith Roberts
> 
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