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I'm installing a Q&A script, and it gives me the following error during installation:

> "Zend Optimizer" extension status FAILED

I'm not sure if it's installed our not, But I find the following information in my phpinfo(), it says:

->This program makes use of the Zend Scripting Language Engine
->Zend Engine v2.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2012 Zend Technologies
->with the ionCube PHP Loader v4.0.7, Copyright (c) 2002-2011, by ionCube Ltd.

Is "Zend Optimizer" part of "Zend Engine"? If so, is there a path to it, so I can tell my script where to find it?

If it's not installed, is there a way to install Zend Optimizer?

asked 31 Jul '12, 22:31

pim
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Zend Optimizer is installed, as phpinfo states. You should not need to define its path, and as it is plugin associated with the shared apache server's PHP, its path can't be configured and should not need to be defined.

Can you post the code which is failing? If not you may want to submit a support ticket so we can look directly.

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answered 01 Aug '12, 00:46

johns
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There's an "installer" that comes with the script. In the source code I find the following code where it seems to fail:

//checking the various php extensions, required to run script
$formdata->phpversion = explode('.',phpversion());
$formdata->extensions = array(
'mysqli' => extension_loaded('mysqli'),
'pdo_mysql' => extension_loaded('pdo_mysql'),
'zendoptimizer' => (extension_loaded('Zend Optimizer') || extension_loaded('Zend Optimizer+')) );

(01 Aug '12, 01:56) pim

Actually, Zend Optimizer is not installed according to those phpinfo() results - sorry about that. Please try creating a PHP5.2 or PHP5.3 app type and check if it's installed in it. Otherwise, you'd have to install it yourself. You can do this by building the extension in your home directory and then including it in php.ini, similar to this.

(01 Aug '12, 05:16) todork
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