It is part of the IBM i purchase funded by IBM for a year I think. The community edition is open source.

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On 6/10/2011 8:38 AM, Richard Schoen wrote:
Jon,

Is the Zend server still free for IBM I on V6R1/V7R1 that you know of ?

Looking into using it a bit.

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date: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 14:29:00 -0400
from: Jon Paris<jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] New to the list looking for Codeigniter
Guidance.

Kevin,

You appear to still be using Zend Core which is way out of date and will not be helping. Indeed it may be part of the problem. Although I've not used CodeIgniter, I have seen problems with a number of php packages that are caused by the "two apaches" used by the old Zend Core. There's no one place to look, but the problem arises from the fact that the code picks up a server variable (e.g. the client IP) and tries to use it in subsequent connections. Because of the two apache servers this information will sometimes be "incorrect". There is an Apache directive that can be added (although I'm danged if I can recall it) that corrects some of the problems - in other cases a tweak of the script is called for.

In your case I'd advise updating to Zend Server because:

a) It is much faster
b) It may well cure the problem and
c) Even if it doesn't fix the problem, the code tracing capabilities will help you narrow it down - they really are magic.


Jon Paris
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