Errors after move
I just moved my gallery to a new server and now I am getting the errors below.
I have checked the config file and the directory is correct.
I have re-uploaded the files in binary and that did not help.
Someone please help?
I went ahead and tried to re-install the addon and this is the error I recieved;
Please help ASAP.
Some more information might help here.
PhotoPost Community - Announcements in Forum : vBGallery Support
Reason I ask is its important. For instance in vbGallery 3.01 line 429 of gallery_global.php is
Sorry I did not post this information to start with. It was only a server move. I don't know what is missing or what I forgot.
PHP 5.3.10 MySQL 5.1.56
Server under my control
Hammock Forums - Elevate Your Perspective Not sure if you can see this because the gallery is currently turned off.
vBulletin 3.8.7 Patch Level 2
First can I safely turn my forums back on and let user start posting to the forums without screwing up the gallery or database?
Second, can you please help me ASAP
Well line 429 of that file is this
Did you do anything like upgrade your forum. From what I see in vbulletin they call things like this
You can turn off your gallery and use your forum sure.
It was working on my other server.
All I did was copy the directories and the databases to the new server.
I did not upgrade anything.
I also can not see why it is not working. I only changed servers.
The only difference I know of is the PHP and Mysql are a little newer versions
Do you think it could be because of the newer versions of PHP or Mysql?
I can give you full access if that would help you look around. If so, please let me know where to submit a support ticket.
Have you updated your gallery config file to the new server path?
You can send me full info to look at your issue all I am saying is the errors your reporting do not make sense with the information I am getting. There are only 2 gallery errors and they seem to suggest a problem with the bbcode parser which should not be a php issue from what I see. Your forum handles that line much the same was as vbGallery handles it so it is definately something we are not seeing based on the info, I can take a closer look when I get that information from you. You can send any information to the contact us link in our site header.
When I set up the new server, I set the paths up so they were all identical to the old server. I did double check the path and it is fine.
I am pulling my hair out here. I want to turn my forums back on but would like to get this resolved first.
I can not tell you if it would be a quick resolution here. Once we receive data we will investigate depending on the time of day.
How do I submit a support ticket. I do not see a link for this?
Should I drop down my PHP version and my Mysql version to what my other server was running.
Do you think it would be safe to turn my forums back on so users can use them and post?
I just don't want to screw up the database that is why I am asking.
1. You can try installing the same php and mysql as the old server sure.
2. As I posted sure just disable your gallery but your forums should be okay
3. In my post where you asked you can send any data to the contact us link on our site header.
Ok, I turned the forums back on.
I sent all the info to the Contact US. I would appreciate it if you could look at it at your next possible moment.
Thank you very much
Everything I am reading on the internet suggests backing down the php version. Is this wampserver? seems alot of people running wampserver get this error it seems.
No this is not a wampserver.
Okay I can only report documentation I am finding on this problem.
It is not like the only 2 error lines on the gallery give any indication on any issue on the gallery side since it has to do with bbcode parsing which is done the same way as the forum.
It seems to be a PHP issue and all resolutions I have seen are backing PHP down. I personally myself have used vbGallery up to PHP 5.3.1
I am going to try to drop my PHP down to a lower version. I am just trying to decide if I want to drop down to 5.3.1 or go back to 5.2.15, where I was at on the other server.
That would be a matter of choice I guess.
You said you had VBG working on PHP 5.3.1, what version of VBG was that? I am running VBG 2.51 and not the latest version because I am still using VB 3.8.
Do you think PHP 5.3.1 will be fine with VBG 2.51? It would be nice to only have to try the down grade once and have it work.
I was running both actually 2.51 and 3.01 different test sites.
Man, it is always something. I tried to get my PHP down graded to 5.3.1 but I was told the follow bellow:
So it looks like I am going to have to downgrade it to PHP 5.2.17
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