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I'm running CentOS 4.2 on a base Dell PowerEdge Server. The server has a 2.53GHz P4 and 512MB DDR400 ram. The machine acts as both the web & email server. It replaced an old Dell PowerEdge 1.1GHz Celeron with only 256MB of PC133 RAM. The old server was running Red Hat 7.3.
Now on to my problem. PHP pages with echo'd content don't always completely load. Basically PHP will echo the first few lines of the HTML output, then just cut off. If I refresh the page it works fine. I know for a fact it's not a parse error in my code because phpmyadmin has the same problem. I make it a point to echo as little html in my php as possible to try and keep the code cleaner and faster.
I'm running the exact same setup at home with just slightly different hardware and I never run into this problem. Is there a setting in the php.ini or apache config file that might be causing this short cut off of echo'd text?
If anyone else has experienced this problem, or has an idea on how to resolve it, please let me know.