Error con la libreria pdo_sqlite.so en BLUEHOST

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PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-zts-20060613/pdo_sqlite.so' - /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-zts-20060613/pdo_sqlite.so: undefined symbol: core_globals_id in Unknown on line 0

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Where are you getting this error? If it is from the main error log on your account, rarely do those ever actually pertain to your account, being as it is a main error log for the whole server that your account resides on. It shows all of the errors for the whole server that you are on. The only way to determine that it is your account that is causing the error is to go to http://whatismyip.com and get your PCs IP address, hit your web site a few times, then check that log and see if your PCs IP address is in it, otherwise, it has nothing to do with your account. If you do find that your IP address is in there the "errors" that you are seeing in the logs about not being able to load "sqlite.so" or "pdo_mysql.so", are actually warnings, not errors. This is significant because a warning implies that nothing is wrong, but that there is information that you should see. In this case the warning is stating that you are attempting to load modules that do not exist anymore (due to the fact that the extensions represented by those modules are now built into the PHP build we offer and are present without a need to load a module.) This really isn't harming anything because scripts that require those extensions will continue to have them available, and PHP will not care that they cannot be loaded as modules (other than the warnings that are generated for your benefit.) The simple fix for this is to remove the instructions in your php.ini file that are telling PHP to attempt to load those modules. These lines are typically located near the end of the file and look like the following (typically there will be 4 such modules): extension=sqlite.so extension=pdo_mysql.so