Andy,
Please visit http://www.zend.com/support and on the bottom left side of
the page, under the "Submit a Support Ticket" heading, select "Zend
Core" from the pull down menu. Submit your question to support.

Although this really isn't a Zend issue I will inform support to look
out for your question. Thank you.

Regards,
Jim Dillard

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Jim Dillard
IBM Alliance Manager
Zend Technologies, Ltd.
408-342-8886
JDillard@xxxxxxxx


-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of ALopez@xxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 3:44 PM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WEB400] Installing MySql

Has anyone run into an error in the installation of MySQL where the tar
cannot be extracted because of a lack of space?

I've tried the straight installation of MySQL and updating to the newest

version of ZEND that has it bundled. In both cases I receive the
following:

tar: 0511-197 mysql -5.0.51a--i5os-power-64bit/bin/mysqld-debug: Cannot
write data extracted with the tar command: There is not enough space on
the server.

I'm at 11% DASD utilitzation out of a total of 1199G. I can't figure
what could be causing the problem.



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message: 1
date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 15:55:28 +1100
from: "Peter Connell" <Peter.Connell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Question about QZSRCGI.

Bent Ronne,

I've just subscribed so this email is related to but probably not
attached to the relevant thread.

With Apache, the HTTP server will indeed reserve a job just for you to
service your requests, but only if you configure the server do that
your
log in authenticates against the OS/400 system password file, (the one
used for green screen sign-on).
Similarly, other users will be assigned jobs of their own, which means
that there is an analogy with regular green screen jobs.
However, the communication still remains stateless, it is just the job
that is persistent.
But it does not pay to rely on accessing anything left in QTEMP from a
previous request since Apache may fire up more than one job for you if
it is attempting to service another of your requests before the
previous
one has completed.

Since allowing web users to use OS/400 user profiles may raise
security
issues, I would recommend that a server configured this way is
restricted to be accessible only on your internal network (intranet).
Having a large number of such users would pose performance issues
similar to having many green screen users.

Of course, you should know that CGIDEV2 is not the only method.
IBM provided Net.data as a CCI language long before then which lets
you
call your native iSeries programs and run CL commands right from your
web page script, as well as many other goodies. It has never failed
us
yet as a simple and rapid way to develop web pages, without having to
resort to compilng RPG etc unless necessary.

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message: 2
date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 14:35:14 -0500
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subject: [WEB400] QzhbCgiParse: Error: Can't read CONTENT_LENGTH bytes
from stdin. Using CGIDEV2

Has anyone come to a resolution on this issue? We are on V5R3M00 and
see
the
same messages logged;

The requested heap space operation is invalid.
The pointer parameter passed to free or realloc is not valid.
QzhbCgiParse: Error: Can't read CONTENT_LENGTH bytes from stdin..


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message: 3
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 10:31:13 -0600
from: "Terry Anderson" <terrya@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes
about 60 seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3
seconds. Has anyone seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975




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message: 4
date: Wed, 06 Feb 2008 17:53:17 +0100
from: Richard ECUYER <recuyer@xxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes
about 60 seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3
seconds. Has anyone seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975





------------------------------

message: 5
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 11:56:03 -0500
from: "Haas, Matt (CL Tech Sv)" <matt.haas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

There's a setting you can specify in the httpd.conf to prestart the
CGI
jobs.

Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@midrange.
com] On Behalf Of Richard ECUYER
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:53 AM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes
about 60 seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3
seconds. Has anyone seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975



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message: 6
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 12:01:30 -0500
from: Mike Cunningham <mcunning@xxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

How does the CGI app get its' data? Traditional SETLL/READE or SQL?
SQL might be reusing a index that gets build on the first call or it
could just be that the system has all the data in RAM on the second
call and makes the process faster. I have some batch jobs which I
run that might take 2-3 minutes on the first run and only 1 on any
subsequent runs done shortly after. I have always attributed this to
the data being in RAM. It is also that the problem is on the client
end. The first call will need to launch the browser and all of its
dll's (if your windows) the second one will be faster if windows has
all that loaded. You could try an experiment from two different PCs.
Have one run the CGI app and then a few seconds later have the
second do the same. If the first time speed is the same for both it
would make me think it's a client side issue. If the first is slow
and the second fast it is a server side issue

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@midrange.
com] On Behalf Of Richard ECUYER
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:53 AM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes
about 60 seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3
seconds. Has anyone seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975



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message: 7
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 12:01:06 -0500
from: Larry Kleinman <larry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.


I see a similar delay going from green screen to a Net.Data macro.
Takes
about 20 seconds the first time, less than 5 seconds the second. The
cgi
job is already running when I do the first open. I've always assumed
that
this had something to do with the browser cache - but maybe there's
something else going on. If anyone knows how to speed this up, I'd
also
like to hear about it


Larry Kleinman
Kleinman Associates, Inc.
212-949-6469
203-255-4100



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Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web
page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes about
60
seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3 seconds. Has
anyone
seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975



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message: 8
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 12:04:06 -0500
from: "Crispin Bates" <cbates@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

StartThreadedCGI

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/index.jsp?
topic=/rzaie/rzaiemod_cgi.htm


----- Original Message -----
From: "Haas, Matt (CL Tech Sv)" <matt.haas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries" <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.


There's a setting you can specify in the httpd.conf to prestart the
CGI
jobs.

Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]

On
Behalf Of Richard ECUYER
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:53 AM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web
page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes about

60
seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3 seconds. Has
anyone
seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975



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message: 9
date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 12:27:24 -0500
from: "Haas, Matt (CL Tech Sv)" <matt.haas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

That only works for multi-threaded CGI. It will not do anything for
Net.Data or RPG CGI programs.

Matt

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com] On Behalf Of Crispin Bates
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 12:04 PM
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Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

StartThreadedCGI

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/index.jsp?
topic=/rzaie/rzaiemod_cgi.htm


----- Original Message -----
From: "Haas, Matt (CL Tech Sv)" <matt.haas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries" <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.


There's a setting you can specify in the httpd.conf to prestart the
CGI
jobs.

Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]

On
Behalf Of Richard ECUYER
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 11:53 AM
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Slow Page Load Using CGIDEV2.

Hi,
the only time i a saw a difference like that between first load an
others, was when the first one had to start the cgijob.

Terry Anderson a ?crit :
Greetings,
OK, here is what's happening.

The user takes an option from a green screen menu that launches a
web
page. The first time the user takes the option, the page takes about

60
seconds to load. After that, the page loads in 2 - 3 seconds. Has
anyone
seen anything like this before?

I am using the apache server on a 525 at V5R4.



Terry Anderson
Programming Manager
Citation Corporation
Switchboard 1.251.867.5481 ext 212
Direct Line 1.251.809.2312
Fax 251.867.0525
Cell 1.251.363.4975



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