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A timeout occurred when the debug server attempted to connect to the following client hosts/IPs [message #630705] Mon, 04 October 2010 11:59 Go to next message
Hugh  is currently offline Hugh
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Registered: December 2009
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I've been fighting for ages and ages trying to get PHP debugging working and no matter what I try I keep getting the error message: "A timeout occurred when the debug server attempted to connect to the following client hosts/IPs". Tried everything I can find.

I now have on my system 3 totally different server pages working, but I still cannot get the PHP debugging working with Eclipse:


  • http://localhost - working, goes to wamp server home page
  • http://localhost:90 - working in that it goes to "Zend Server Test Page
    Zend Server is now up and running on this server. Once content is added this message will no longer be displayed." I chose 90 as the port, since I was only given the option during install of using a different port number or configuring IIS.
  • http://localhost:10081 - working in that it goes to "Zend Server Community Edition dashboard"


I know that having all 3 working independently is not the idea, but it shows something of my fight to get Eclipse working with debug.

I'm pretty much about to give up. Damn error message; I've tried everything I can find, but can't seem to make it go away.

I'm sure Eclipse debugging is wonderful when it works, but I'm just completely stuffed at the moment.

Any ideas? Thanks!
Re: A timeout occurred when the debug server attempted to connect to the following client hosts/IPs [message #655273 is a reply to message #630705] Fri, 18 February 2011 17:03 Go to previous message
oscar.raig  is currently offline oscar.raig
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Registered: February 2011
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To solve your problem you should read the apache error.log file. My problem was that I had a bad version of the ZendDebugger.so. There are different versions, for different php versions (5.2, 5.3) and also different Operating Systems, and also 32 or 64 bits.
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