Running Mantis 1.0.0a2, PHP 4.3.2 (cgi), on this:
Linux 2.4.21-4.ELsmp #1 SMP i686 i386 GNU/Linux .
We upgraded the Red Hat/Linux OS from 2.2 (??) and had
some funkiness occur.
Going to our internal Mantis home page gives us:
SYSTEM WARNING: Wrong parameter count
APPLICATION ERROR #400
Database connection failed. Error received
from database was #0:
I had recently upgraded Mantis from 0.17 I think,
which seemed fine except for DB handling of large (and
oddly-named) file uploads. Switching to FILE-based
uploads did much better. The rest of the system was
working fine. After the OS upgrade, I started getting
the following warning message:
"PHP Warning: Unknown(): Unable to load dynamic
library '/usr/lib/php4/pgsql.so' -
undefined symbol: krb5_cc_get_principal in Unknown on
I'm hoping this error message clues somebody in, b/c
after I commented out the loading of the pgsql module
from /etc/php.d/pgsql.ini, I got no more warning or
errors until I hit our Mantis web page.
I managed to redirect log output to /tmp/php.log - but
it still doesn't even capture the mysql_connect error
messages mentioned above. Seems I've cranked up all
logging, but obviously some operator error here - i.e.
now it capture nothing.
Here's the php module we're loading via Apache's
LoadModule php4_module modules/libphp4.so
Could I have an out-of-date libphp4.so?? An out of
date MySQL? Client libraries?
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