[ic] Switching from HIGH mode to RPC mode problem
racke at linuxia.de
Thu Aug 11 03:23:54 EDT 2005
On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 02:06:08 +0100
Mark Bryant <mark at eros-shop.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> In an attempt to prevent the odd order from arriving without it's credit
> card number details when PGP fails under high server load, I've changed to
> RPC mode as suggested by the many messages I read about it on google.
> Now whenever a page contains a [perl][/perl] block, of which there are
> quite a few, I now get this error message appearing in the log followed by
> the block of perl concerned. The page name varies of course, but the error
> remains the same.
> [10/August/2005:16:12:21 +0000] eros /cgi-bin/eros/ord/basket.html Safe:
> Can't locate object method "TIEHASH" via package "DBI::st" at
> /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/i386-linux/DBI.pm line 1007.
> I've googled loads for this error and I see lots of people talking about
> it, but no one seems to give details of an appropriate fix. Please could
> someone explain what I need to do to put this right. I don't really
> understand why the [perl] blocks work in HIGH mode and not in RPC mode, but
> I guess there's some complicated technical
> reason why.
> I've searched CPAN for DBI::st incase it's something I needed to install
> but nothing seems to exist with that name:
> cpan> i DBI::st
> CPAN: Storable loaded ok
> Going to read /root/.cpan/Metadata
> Database was generated on Wed, 10 Aug 2005 23:08:26 GMT
> Strange distribution name [DBI::st]
> No objects found of any type for argument DBI::st
> I'm using the following on a RedHat Linux system:
> IC 4.8.7
> Perl 5.6.1
> Digest::MD5 found (v2.30).
> LWP::Simple found (v1.36).
> MIME::Base64 found (v2.18).
> SQL::Statement found (v0.1021).
> Safe::Hole found (v0.08).
> Storable found (v2.06).
> Tie::Watch found (v1.0).
> URI::URL found (v5.03).
> GDBM available (v1.05)
> No Berkeley DB_File.
> DBI enabled (v1.35), available drivers:
> In the mean time I've gone back to HIGH mode until a solution to this odd
> problem can be found.
Can you please post an example of these Perl blocks ?
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