[mod_python] PSP returning empty result

Graham Dumpleton graham.dumpleton at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 17:36:45 EST 2008

As I said, that web page seemed to indicate that php-recode has a
history of causing conflicts, so best just not to load it if you do
not need it.

Always a good idea to do a full Apache stop and start if changing what
Apache modules are loaded, or in turn what the Apache modules are
loading in Apache parent process, eg, as PHP does, is changing.


2008/12/6 Maelvon HAWK <maelvon.hawk at laposte.net>:
> Maelvon HAWK a écrit :
>> Graham Dumpleton a écrit :
>>> 2008/12/5 Graham Dumpleton <graham.dumpleton at gmail.com>:
>>>>> But the remove of the php5-recode make the psp running. It's the only
>>>>> thing
>>>>> i've modify, except the apache2.conf, the python default and the
>>>>> mod_python
>>>>> package.
>>>>> What's the purpose of php5-recode in fact ?
>>>> That is what I was going to ask you? Please try and find out, as
>>>> likely what the problem is that that package is requiring a shared
>>>> library version/variant which conflicts with version/variant required
>>>> by Python. Alternatively it is using a generic name for symbol that
>>>> conflicts with something used by another library required by Python or
>>>> an extension module.
>>> See:
>>>  http://au2.php.net/manual/en/recode.installation.php
>>> Looks like that package has a known history of causing problems due to
>>> it using generic symbol names that clash with other packages.
>>> If disabling it solves the problems and you don't need that PHP
>>> module, probably all you can do.
>> Graham
>> Upgraded my kernel (linux-image-2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-686) and the libc6
>> (2.3.6.ds1-13etch), even with the php5-recode installed the PSP test file
>> works. So it was my libc6 downgrade who put me in, I think.
> In fact it does not work with php5-recode installed. I figure it now.
> Perhap's an error in the apache reloading command. But in testing psp, it
> suddendly stop working, and I need to remove the php5-recode to throw again
> my psp file.
> No clues in the apache2 log. Strange...
> Malevon
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