If you are a developer who works with Oracle applications and has been itching for an alternative to Windows or Linux—or if you are an experienced OS X user and are looking at basing your next project on Oracle—this article is for you. It assumes that you are comfortable working in the shell environment and have a working installation of OS X 10.3 (Panther) or 10.2 (Jaguar), including the developer tools and an administrator account.
Add the simple include line at the end of /etc/httpd/httpd.conf
Voila – after an upgrade Apache is happy, and MySQL was already started up.
Need PEAR, but that’s why we did the latest update from Marc Liyanage
I fiddled around with my access_log file for Apache. Specifically I removed all lines containing .jpg and .gif
What I didn’t do was restart Apache. I lost all of the log entries for the past week – pointing to a non-existent log file.
Web service still worked, just the log entries went to data heaven.
If you fool around with your Apache log files it is probably best to restart Apache when the modifying is done.
Warning: ftp_site(): Transfer completed. 23188 (8) bytes transferred. in /Library/WebServer/Include/IIWheader.inc on line 102 Error: Site command failed.
I think I’m experiencing a timeout on a long running query. I found a couple of references to commands to address this issue and tried them to no avail.
$old_max_execution_time = ini_set(“max_execution_time”, 6000);
$fn = rdb_query($conn_block, $host, $db, $query);
ftp_set_option($conn_id, FTP_TIMEOUT_SEC, $runtime);