[horde] Could not instantiate PDO...
Michael J Rubinsky
mrubinsk at horde.org
Mon Jan 11 03:38:41 UTC 2016
Quoting Michael C. Robinson <plug_1 at robinson-west.com>:
> PDOException: could not find driver in
> /opt/lib/php/Horde/Db/Adapter/Pdo/Base.php on line 48
> webmail-install bombs out with this.
> I'm running CentOS-7 in Virtualbox and I am trying to connect to a real
> hardware postgresql production server that is working. This is a
> research setup to figure out how to migrate my CentOS 6.x servers to
> CentOS 7.x.
> I entered the username and password as well as the database name
> From what I have seen on google, pecl install pdo is deprecated. What
> confuses me is that the test script says I have postgresql and mysql
> support which I compiled in after I configured php-5.6.16.
> Configured php with:
> ./configure --prefix=/opt \
> --sysconfdir=/opt/conf \
> --enable-fpm \
> --with-fpm-user=apache \
> --with-fpm-group=apache \
> --with-config-file-path=/opt/conf \
> --with-zlib \
> --enable-bcmath \
> --with-bz2 \
> --enable-calendar \
> --enable-dba=shared \
> --with-gdbm \
> --with-gd \
> --enable-intl \
> --with-gmp \
> --enable-ftp \
> --with-gettext \
> --enable-mbstring \
> --with-pgsql \
> --with-mysql \
> --with-openssl \
> --with-tidy \
> So I am wondering, if PDO is a deprecated extension why is horde-5.2.8
> trying to use it? I thought horde is up to 5.2.11, how do I upgrade?
PDO is not deprecated, it's enabled by default in PHP 5.1.0+, though
using it as a *shared* module might be deprecated. You don't seem to
be including the postgres pdo driver.
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