php, MySQL, XML and Red Hat Environment Issues(?)

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Hi Guys,

Any ideas would be appreciated - we're depserate.

I'm trying to migrate an application across two red hat servers but suffice to say - it isn't working :cry: It's a large application that links into 'mBlox' the SMS aggregators. The symtom of the problem is very easy to explain ... I'm not holding classes and the variables/values within them - they just disappear! It appears to happen throughout the new system, variable values just ain't there on the new box! The versions of php match, Zend extensions etc ... it's as close an environment match as we can create.

I'm grasping at straws, we're very close to closing the project and abandoning the application - 2 years worth of work by previous developers, i'm just the sad sap trying to resurrect it from the ashes ...

Is there anyform of 'autoexec' on RedHat (not the CRON) that will automatically execute scripts upon bootup? Anybody had a similar issue or can offer any inroads worthy of further investigation?

Many thanks.

Cheers, Prime.
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You can place scripts in your /etc/rc.d/init.d dir; that should start upon boot.
(Make sure you set proper run-levels).
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THANKS ! :D

Is there a.n.other for FreeBSD?

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/usr/local/etc/rc.d/

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