Thanks for your reply David.
All variables have been defined already actually and can be seen by
all the system users. But I found out what the problem is.
The problem is that running 'service httpd restart' doesn't get all
the environment variables but running '/etc/init.d/httpd restart'
does. All the while I thought these 2 commands are all the same.
I hope this can help someone with the same problem. If anyone also
knows how to make the 2 commands behave the same, please share. I know
it will help a lot of people with the same problem.
On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 5:41 PM, David Sitsky <david.sitsky@...> wrote:
> I wish I could help, but I am no oracle user. If install.pl is
> working, and the web application isn't, it must be the difference
> between your environment variables between your interactive shell (I
> assume running as root), and the user running apache.
> I seem to remember Oracle required all sorts of environment variables
> set, such as ORACLE_HOME and NLS_LANG.
> Maybe you need to run "set" as root, and compare it to the results of
> "set" for the user running apache to see what the important
> differences could be..
> On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 12:24 AM, Edward Jakosalem <jakosalem@...> wrote:
>> Hello List,
>> I've just installed the latest version of Codestriker with Oracle 11g
>> with the latest perl modules. Alll installations went ok. I ran the
>> install.pl script and gave no errors. However, when I access
>> codestriker with a browser, the error below appears.
>> [Sat Sep 20 21:11:15 2008] [error] [Sat Sep 20 21:11:15 2008] -e: DBI
>> connect('host=x.x.x.x;sid=xxxxx','codestriker',...) failed: ERROR
>> OCIEnvNlsCreate. Check ORACLE_HOME (Linux) env var or PATH (Windows)
>> and or NLS settings, permissions, etc. at
>> /var/www/codestriker-1.9.6/bin/../lib/Codestriker/DB/Database.pm line
>> I've been searching the web for this error for days now and still
>> can't find a solution. I already tried several times to
>> uninstall/re-install perl modules but the error remains. I'm sure I
>> have the correct paths mentioned in the error message set in my Apache
>> server as it shows on my phpinfo result. I also have a simple perl
>> script to check connection to the database and it runs ok.
>> Are there anything else I can check? I really really need help!
>> Thanks in advance.
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