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Date:  Sat, 20 Oct 2007 16:16:40 +0100
From:  Dogsbody <dan (at mark)>
Subject:  [coba-e:10914] Re: yum update / php question
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> On one of my servers when I run a yum update and it updates the php, 
> then it breaks it.  I have php 5.x from a package.  The php.ini and 
> get deleted, and I need to copy them back from another 
> server in order to get it to work.
> The other servers work fine.
> This happens to be one of the earliest BQ installs.
> Is there something I need to do to tell the yum to not break that php 
> but still update the admserv php?

Could you perhaps fully um update it and then re-install the php 5.x from a