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comment Stop sending normal HTML upon PHP error?
Also an excellent answer. I would vote this as a second best-answer if I could. To anyone else looking at the question, this is probably the best answer. But for my purposes, being able to send server errors is ideal.
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comment Stop sending normal HTML upon PHP error?
@Dave - Yes, the script wouldn't be making errors per se, but just in case something comes up that it needs to handle where I don't want the rest of the page to show. Like a MASSIVE HTML form below the PHP statements that should NOT show if the form is submitted and certain conditions are true.
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comment Stop sending normal HTML upon PHP error?
Thanks, this would work. I actually hadn't thought of throwing a server error, but it makes sense and ALMOST satisfies the requirements. The only thing would be so that if the PHP has already sent HTML, not to send the rest. But this is not important.
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comment Kernel panic on Mac Pro
If you can reboot, does it say, if any, which DIMM(s) of the memory are affected? This is most likely a defective piece of memory (FBD means fully-buffered-dimm, which is a type of server memory that they use in Mac Pro computers, designed to be resilient, but not immune to failure).
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The specific configuration for this is ServerAlias www.domain2.com and so forth, one per line.
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