[xdebug-general] Xdebug Persisting

From: Basslines <basslines[@]gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 11:31:29 -0600

Im running php 5.1.2 (mostly CLI) on FreeBSD 6. I compiled Xdebug 2 and
PHPized it. It was working great until I turned on the trace file feature.
It would spit out 6 gigs of trace data in 1 hour and would constantly lock
my system up from the file system being full. I did what any logical person
would do and turned off the trace functionality and restarted Apache/PHP.
This did not stop the files from being traced. I started to panic a bit and
so I turned off EVERY xdebug feature in php.ini, including the
zend_extension_debug line (Im using php with debug on). I started the entire
server and it still didn't take. Finally I decided to stop apache, recompile
PHP from port, and start it up again. Xdebug was STILL writing trace files.
I finally got a duct tape and coat hanger solution into place by renaming
the shared object file it's looking for, but now it complains that it can't
find it any time a script starts up. Normally this wouldn't be that big of a
deal but I have some PHP cron jobs running every minute so I am getting
bombarded with 'cannot find xdebug.so' messages. What the heck do I need to
do to stop PHP from thinking it still has xdebug? Thanks in advance.
Received on Tue Jan 31 2006 - 18:31:39 GMT

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