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From Daniel Bird <db...@sgul.ac.uk>
Subject [users@httpd] php.ini not read (when using named virtual hosts)
Date Sun, 04 Sep 2005 17:52:14 GMT
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I originally posted this question to the php-install list but have had
no response, so I'm hoping someone here may have seen this issue and
can help out.

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Dear All,

OS Solaris 9
Compiled from source Apache 2.0.54
Compiled from source  PHP 4.4.0

~ I've been struggling with this for a while, and I've finally nailed
it down to php.ini not being read as soon as a virtual host is
activated on my system.

i.e if a standard distro httpd.conf is installed, php finds
/usr/local/lib/php.ini and phpinfo() reports it as such as one would
expect.

As soon as I add virtual hosts (nothing fancy, just named vh's and
custom log locations etc), phpinfo reports "Configuration File
(php.ini) Path" as /usr/local/lib and omits the php.ini file.
Obviously, now nothing in php.ini is used.

I'm now at a loss as what to do next. Can anyone advise what to do to
try and fix this or is it a bug/Solaris issue?

TIA and Regards

Dan

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Daniel Bird
Network and Systems Manager
Department Of Information Services
St. George's, University Of London
Tooting
London SW17 0RE

P: +44 20 8725 2897
F: +44 20 8725 3583
E: dan@sgul.ac.uk
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