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Old 06-29-2007, 12:40 PM   #1
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oci8 module is gone after reboot in RHEL?

guys, I'm installing oracle 10g server in a RHEL box and then I also install an oci-client in the other box running apache 2.2 and php 5.2.1.

After the php-5.2.1 is compiled, i tried an oci_connect function an it worked fine.. The problem showed up when I rebooted the machine with the oci-client.

When the box is up and running again, I tried to run the same script and it returned error something.. [doh i forgot what the error is and the server is left at the office , sorry ]
Anyway the error made me tried to run "make install" in the php folder once again and bingo the php-oci is running well again. But I don't know exactly what is going on here..

Have somebody ever experienced something like this ? What do I miss in the oracle or php configuration? Thanks for any help


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