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From:Martin Ramsch Date:August 11 1999 3:28pm
Subject:Re: [Fwd: Can't create IP socket (10036)]
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On Mi, 1999-08-11 15:34:48 +0200, Werner Stürenburg wrote:
> I work with the usual LAMP system with my provider.  For testing
> purposes, I wanted to install a kind of WAMP system on my machine.
> 
> As server software, I didn't use Apache but OmniHTTP instead. AFAIK,
> others used PWS or Xitami.
> 
> In a DOS box, I can work fine with MySQL in one or more boxes.  If I
> try to connect with php, I get an error
> 
>    Can't create IP socket (10036),  
>    Link-ID == false, pconnect failed

I might be wrong, but as far as I know persistent DB connections are
only possible, if PHP is compiled and used as an Apache server module,
but are not possible, if PHP is a CGI program seperate from the web
server.

So if I guessed right, just change "mysql_pconnect" to "mysql_connect"
in your PHP program.

Please, let me know what you find out!

Regards,
  Martin
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[Fwd: Can't create IP socket (10036)]Werner Stuerenburg11 Aug
  • Re: [Fwd: Can't create IP socket (10036)]Martin Ramsch11 Aug
  • Re: [Fwd: Can't create IP socket (10036)]/solvedWerner Stuerenburg13 Aug