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  • Aadil
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    HEY Lats !
    i tried that method but unluckily but didnt work i dun know why if u dun mind please pleas explain it a lil more.....waiting
    adil
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  • Wayne Luke
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    If you are not using FastCGI to access PHP, you should switch to this. This is the least resource intensive method for using PHP because IIS will reuse PHP processes and restrict the number that are created. This will lower your memory and CPU requirements. To implement FastCGI please see:

    To install PHP with FastCGI under IIS6 please follow these instructions:
    http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/247/u...ons-on-iis-60/

    To install PHP with FASTCGI under IIS7 please follow these instructions:
    http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/246/u...ons-on-iis-70/

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  • Aquaticedge
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    I've given up... This is too Irking to bother with... Thanks for the helpful suggestions.. I just cant do this by myself

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  • Aquaticedge
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    Originally posted by SNN View Post
    Google how to enable php+mysql windows server 2003. It's a whole series of crap you have to fix. =/
    Ok, I did that, This is the next error I got

    PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 01B0AC7A.. Any Ideas?

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  • SNN
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    Google how to enable php+mysql windows server 2003. It's a whole series of crap you have to fix. =/

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  • Aquaticedge
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    Ok, I ran through Everything, I know I have the right permissions... yet I'm still getting the database issues

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  • beishe8
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    As I see on the image the biggest problem is that you don't have the necessary permissions to do something with the database.
    Delete it and create it again with all the permissions.

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  • Aquaticedge
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    I am Using SQL 4.1, and PHP 4.3, I cant get php 5 to configure right

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Update the client in your PHP. If you're using MySQL 5 or higher then you should be using PHP 5 or higher.

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  • Aquaticedge
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    Ok, this is the Error in the VB_test.php

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  • Aquaticedge
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    This is Done in the mySQL Command line Client?p>
    Originally posted by SNN View Post
    In SSH (or console) type mysql -u root -p, and type your MySQL password. </p>Replace user in the code that I provided above with a username you'd like, same with the password.
    So, something like this will happen:
    Code:
    [[email protected] ~]# mysql -u root -p
    Enter Password: yourpasswordhere
    mysql> GRANT ALL TO 'admin'@'localhost' ON *.* IDENTIFIED BY 'megaPassword';
    1 row(s) affected. (0.01 sec)
    mysql>
    If you don't get something along the lines of that... well yeah. something probably went wrong.

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  • SNN
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    In SSH (or console) type mysql -u root -p, and type your MySQL password.
    Replace user in the code that I provided above with a username you'd like, same with the password.
    So, something like this will happen:
    Code:
    [[email protected] ~]# mysql -u root -p
    Enter Password: yourpasswordhere
    mysql> GRANT ALL TO 'admin'@'localhost' ON *.* IDENTIFIED BY 'megaPassword';
    1 row(s) affected. (0.01 sec)
    mysql>
    If you don't get something along the lines of that... well yeah. something probably went wrong.

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  • Aquaticedge
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    Originally posted by Lats View Post
    When you say, you are the host, are you on a managed server/vps or on your own?

    Check the docs on GRANT...

    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/grant.html
    I Own the server, I'm trying to figure out what to edit in the mysql For the permissions, I think I know what to edit, but need to know where to edit

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  • Lats
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    When you say, you are the host, are you on a managed server/vps or on your own?

    Check the docs on GRANT...

    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/grant.html

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  • Aquaticedge
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    Originally posted by SNN View Post
    Code:
    GRANT ALL TO 'user'@'localhost' ON *.* IDENTIFIED BY 'password'
    Grant yourself the privileges as such, then.
    Please forgive my ignorance, but I dont even know where to see the privliges for mySQL

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