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Posted on 2008-10-08
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Hi everybody, we have an ongoing problem which makes me made. We installed Zend Optimizer 3.3.3
(or 3.3.0 with the same result). We have also installed PHP 5.1.x on Linux with Apache and Windows 2000 and Apache as well and after having installed we get blank white pages. Without Zend everything works fine. We tried everything. We reinstalled Zend a couple of times, we upoaded the PHP/Zend files several times. The files are not corrupted. We also checked, if we transfered the files via FTP correct in binary mode. We have diplay of error messages in PHP put to ON.
Any help is appreciated. Every 5-10 klick we can see the correct PHP-test-page though. Must be an instable Zend SW. Any ideas ?
Uwe
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Hi !

Could you give me the error log of the apache server ?

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Hi guys, I solved this myself. I downgraded to Zend Optimizer 3.02
3.3.x seems to be not working with SuSE SLES 10/10.1
Uwe
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