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Problem with dbg-cli: Session timeout has expired (v2.11.23)


Joined: 24 Feb 2004
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Hi!

After some problems compiling dbg-cli (for SuSE Linux 9.0) which I could solve by help of this forum (Thanks!) I encounterd a new problem, which seems to be a bit harder.

I installed everything as described in the various documentation. That means put my dbg.so-4.3.3RC1 into the extension directory specified in php.ini and added the directives as proposed:

[extension section]
extension=dbg.so-4.3.3RC1

[debugger]
debugger.enabled = true
debugger.profiler_enabled = true
debugger.JIT_host = clienthost
debugger.JIT_port = 7869

; end of extension section

phpinfo() tells me the following:

dbg

*DBG php debugger, version 2.11.23, Copyright 2001, 2002, Dmitri
Dmitrienko, www.nusphere.com/dbg <http://www.nusphere.com/dbg>*


Version 2.11.23
Linked as a shared library.
Profiler compiled, enabled


Directive Local Value Master Value
debugger.enable_session_cookie On On
debugger.enabled On On
debugger.fail_silently On On
debugger.ignore_nops Off Off
debugger.JIT_enabled Off Off
debugger.JIT_host clienthost clienthost
debugger.JIT_level 3 3
debugger.JIT_port 7869 7869
debugger.profiler_enabled On On
debugger.session_nocache On On
debugger.timeout_seconds 300 300


When I try to run dbg-cli:

dbg>file dbg-test.php
Reading symbols from /home/schuler/public_html/dbg-test.php...done.
dbg>run

Program exited.
Session start timeout has expired.
Program is not being run.
dbg>

Not what I was hopping and expecting... Crying or Very sad

Only thing I could imagine is that I am using php 4.3.3 with the extension dbg.so-4.3.3RC1. Could this be a problem?

Please help me! Thanks in advance!

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Regards
Marco
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Joined: 13 Apr 2004
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I have the same problem (linux Debian Sarge, php 4.3.3, dbg-cli-2-11-0).
In phpinfo() it seems to be everything OK, but it gives me a timeout.
Is there anyone who could use dbg with Debian?
Or furthermore: is there anyone who could use dbg with Debian and Eclipse?

Thank you.
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Joined: 13 Jul 2003
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you'd set up mapping befure issuing run.
See wrong-session-request-passed-t360.html
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