[Please excuse the CC in case you are subscribed to debian-perl] -=| Keith Lawson, Wed, Apr 06, 2011 at 03:39:19PM -0400 |=- > I recently opened bug #620550 under libapache2-mod-perl2 and had the > bug reassigned to libapache2-mod-php5 when I discovered that > removing mod_php5 fixed the problem. I've spent a lot of time > troubleshooting the issue and I can't nail down exactly how PHP is > affecting mod_perl ties. I though I'd look here for some advice on > providing more details about my problem or to see if any of the > Debian Perl community has experienced similar issues? > > Basic summary is ties using GDBM_File do not work for me when the > Debian mod_php5 library is installed. Removing the Debian package > for PHP or installing my own version of libphp5.so fixes the > mod_perl problem. I can't imagine for the life of me how the PHP > library is breaking Perl. Any suggestions? There was a suggestion from PHP maintainers that this could be caused by two modules being compiled against different versions of Berkeley DB library. What you can try to confirm this is to rebuild libapache2-mod-perl2, test, then if the problem persists, rebuild libapache2-php5 and test again. HTH.
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