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Zend Optimizer errors after upgrade


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I've just upgraded a site from 1.3.9sr1 to 1.3.11sr1 and all appeared to go smooth. The install script told me all was successful, but when I try to load the index.php page, I get the following error:

An SQL error has occured. Please see error.log for details.

When I check the error log, I get this message:
[25-Sep-2005 20:53:03] PHP Warning: Zend Optimizer does not support this version of PHP - please upgrade to the latest version of Zend Optimizer in Unknown on line 0

I've contacted my service provider, but I've not heard anything back yet. Is there anything I can do other than get help from my host?
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You seem to be confusing a few things here: Upgrading Geeklog won't cause that error. Your hosting service must have upgraded PHP recently. Also, that's obviously not a MySQL error ...

Anyway, there's nothing you can do until your hosting service has upgraded the Zend optimizer (if that is really the cause of your current problems, i.e. that is the last entry in your error.log and isn't an earlier problem).

bye, Dirk
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