[Phpmyadmin-devel] Problems with master
marc at infomarc.info
Wed Jul 10 18:30:53 CEST 2013
Le 2013-07-10 10:55, Isaac Bennetch a écrit :
> On 7/9/13 12:43 PM, Marc Delisle wrote:
>> Le 2013-07-09 12:10, Isaac Bennetch a écrit :
>>> On 7/3/13 1:04 PM, Isaac Bennetch wrote:
>>>> Hi, since commit 37d142bc, where Michal removed compatibility code for
>>>> PHP 5.2, I seem to have problems with phpMyAdmin.
>>>> The page displays approximately correctly, but there are no databases
>>>> listed and, aside from the navigation menu at the top of the screen
>>>> and error messages, the main page has no content.
>>>> The demo server seems to be under extremely heavy load, so I'm unable
>>>> to test whether it's just me. I'm using PHP 5.3.3-7+squeeze15.
>>>> Any thoughts?
>>> With a bit more research, I'm finding that I don't always get error
>>> messages, but I never get a display of databases or any useful
>>> interface. Is this something anyone thinks we should investigate further
>>> or should I just upgrade my system to the more modern Wheezy and forget
>>> about it? My Squeeze install is rather outdated, despite having PHP
>>> 5.3.3 and Apache 2.2.16; I certainly don't need to make a big deal about
>> Hi Isaac,
>> can you double-check that when you go back to the commit just before
>> 37d142bc, then open a fresh navigator, all is fine?
> Yes, I just did confirm and see the following:
> 0f3754a works okay
> 0f3754a is broken for me
You mean that 37d142bc is broken, right?
> The degree of brokenness seems to vary depending on a few factors (what
> URL I load, what I've configured as my auth_type, etc) -- the three
> options I've seen are:
> 1) completely blank browser,
> 2) Menu structure (navigation area links for documentation, logout, etc
> and main page tab structure) but no databases available and no
> error/warning messages, or
> 3) Same as (2) but with errors/warning messages.
> I've seen the problem on two similar Debian Squeeze systems that are
> different machines but running the same general configuration.
> Additionally, I can confirm that when I update a system to Wheezy, which
> has PHP 5.4.4, MySQL 5.3.31, and Apache 2.2.2. As a reminder, the broken
> installs had PHP 5.3.3, MySQL 5.1.66, and Apache 2.2.16.
> My system works, I have no problem updating to Wheezy, but I can keep
> the system running if we want to do more troubleshooting. It's up to the
> group to decide if this is worth looking in to.
> Thanks again
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