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Re: Server Overload



If you replaced the semi-colon and it still will not restart, you need to double check for a typo.

Failing that, you can try removing all lines starting with eaccelerator. which should be at the very end of the php.ini or just putting semi-colons in front of them.

I perhaps should have told you to make a copy of php.ini via cp php.ini php.bak but since it’s documented here we should be able too repair it.

Actually, that install script probably made a backup of php.ini for you. Update: no unfortunately it does that when it’s about to copy and it didn’t make it that far. But you may have backup copies from other programs. See what files show up when you do a ls php* -latr

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