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Description of problem:
Having upgraded to RPM to php 4.2.2 following the notification from RHN. PHP
does not appear to have support of MySQL any more. The output from phpinfo()
does not show mysql, snmp and other modules even though they appear in the
configuration information in phpinfo.
When trying to run phpMyAdmin again the MySQL data base it reports that the
MySQL module is not loaded
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Upgrade to 4.2.2 form the RHN
2. create a phpinfo() test page
3. look at results
What is the output of:
$ rpm -q php php-mysql
$ grep ^extension= /etc/php.ini
This appears to have resolved itself. The module does not appear in the phpinfo
() output, but PHPmyadmin now works. This is following updating the mysql.so
file from the redhat site.
Is this possibly due to mysql being built in now.