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Date:      Mon, 24 Jan 2011 12:08:23 -0800
From:      Gary Kline <>
To:        Edgar Valdes <>
Subject:   Re: Apache22 Roadblock
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On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 10:32:56AM -0800, Edgar Valdes wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> Having a good head scratchier this morning. This morning I powercycled the
> server only to find that apache would no longer start. mind you this server
> was put together last week and was running without issue over the weekend.
> the only thing that had changed was the ip.
> so I did what anyone else would of done when apache does not start:
> #apachectl start
> >/usr/local/sbin/apachectl start: httpd could not be started
> Huh... ok... So next thing to do is to check the error logs:
> >tail /var/log/httpd-error.log
> >/libexec/ /usr/local/lib/php/20060613/ Undefined symbol
> "OnUpdateInt"
> It's at this point I'm stuck at. Been googling around for the past 2 hours
> and have not found anything specific to this problem. Can anyone point me in
> the right direction please?
> Regards,
> Edgar V.

	Bear in mind this caveat: that I have been having and still Am
	having a series of networking [and releated] problems.  Taking
	this a bit further, my experience has been that one's web server
	and DNS stuff are the bane of existance.  That's just the blunt
	truth when you run a high-end OS like FBSD.  Okay, off-soapbox.

	The first place you should check is php5-extensions.  Do a 
	``# make config'' and checkmark [or similar].  Build and
	install this extensions port and check the initiations [.ini]
	file in /usr/local/etc/php/ to be sure it lists; then
	reboot.  Better to let the system re-init everything from

	good luck!!

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