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    Magento pdo_sql extension disabled at Server

    One of my running site will disable and shows a message that pdo_mysql extension is disabled.
    I check my php.ini and enable these extensions there as well.But still after sometime the site shows this message and than it automatically works fine.

    I don't know exactly how to figure it out.I check form phpinfo file that extension is enabled.So what you guys thinks what's the actual issue?

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    This is something you need to discuss with your webhost.
    What's happening is the elimination of the "old" MySQL.
    The requirement now is MySQLi (i=improved). Either prepared statements or PDO object oriented.
    Webhosts are having trouble making the conversion to PDO after they upgrade their PHP.

    It is sort of a big problem that is happening everywhere.

    Ask your webhost about it, and if they can't make it work, you'll have to find a different webhost.


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    Thanks man. I ask to the web host company hopefully they will do something productive regarding this issue.


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