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  • Resolved Knut Sparhell


    TEST 2:

    Linux, Apache, PHP 5.4.16, PDO + mysgli + mysql, mysql 5.5.31:

    Multisite, Domain mapping, Link Manager, Jetpack (most modules), custom post types, custom fields, custom taxonomies and custom archive queries.

    No errors logged or visisble on any subsite.

    TEST 3:

    Same as above, without pdo_mysql extension, gave:

    PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function fetch_object() on a non-object in []/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-db-driver/drivers/mysqli.php on line 117

    This occurs regardless of mysqli and mysql extensions loaded instead.

    TEST 4:

    Same as above, with pdo_mysql, but without mysqli extension:

    No errors logged or observed.

    TEST 5:

    Same as above with pdo_mysql, but without legacy mysql extension:

    No errors logged or observed.

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  • Plugin Author Marko Heijnen


    I will check it out tonight. Thanks for your testing.

    TEST 6:

    Linux, Apache, PHP 5.5, mysql 5.5.31, pdo ext only, multisite, with plugins as above:

    No errors logged or observed on any subsite, but, as before, it fails when pdo is missing.

    It could be useful to see which driver/extension is actually used. Is there a different priority among the available extensions depending on PHP version?

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen


    There is a page: Tools -> WP DB Driver that displays it. The issue is inside MySQLi. I do have a fix for it but still need to test it.

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen


    about priority. It is:

    PDO > MySQLi > MySQL

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen


    I just updated the plugin to version 1.1. This should resolve the issues you are having.

    Thanks for testing

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