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[Resolved] Error Log – PHP Warning: PHP Startup…..

  • Does anyone know what this error is?

    It´s showing up twice per minute, and making huge error logs.

    PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/xcache.so' - /usr/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20090626/xcache.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0

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  • JeffMatson
    Member

    @jeffmatson

    This is caused by a PHP extension being called by your php.ini file that does not actually exist within the server.

    On many hosts, there will be both a default server php.ini as well as one for your account. Take a look at the one in your account to see if it references xcache.so and if not, check with your host about it to check the main php.ini file on the server.

    OK, I just want to make sure I understand, because so far my host have said they don´t understand what the problem is – Yesterday they blamed WordPress and told me to upgrade to the latest versions of the software and plugins – All these were already up to date so I knew that was not the problem.

    So, from what you said, this is categorically nothing to do with the WordPress installation, it is something server related?

    Can you tell me where I would find this php.ini file?

    Thanks for your support and advice.

    JeffMatson
    Member

    @jeffmatson

    Usually you will find it in your home directory, but it can vary depending on your host. I recommend calling your host to see what’s up.

    The host faffed and faffed, then found the issue and fixed it. Thanks for giving me the heads up that it was related to the host and not WP.

    Cheers.

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