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EDIT - I apologize for posting this in the wrong forum.
Last edited by Pipe Hitter; April 21st, 2007 at 08:49 AM.
Reason: wrong error reported
OK, I cleared the error, but my thumbnails in the Recent Photos are still gone and the actual images themselves are gone too. The post showing the image was added is still there, image details, etc but no image? Can I recover this somehow or must I delete the post and ask the affected users to upload again. I haven't checked yet to see how many pics this has affected.
Well my question would be is what have you done recently to the server?
Did you host change your paths in that case you want to check your phpinfo and then in global options and storage options in admin update them to the proper paths.
Wouldn't this effect all images in the gallery though? This seems to affect only some images. To answer you question, the server had its PHP updated last night, this has been among the many fires I have spent this evening putting out.
Pakistan last week, UAE this week (arrived this morning) and back to the wonderful world of Afghanistan next week. It's all good though, good 'ol USA (home) in about 10 more days though for a much needed vacation!
I am in no way a "Guru on all things IT", but I think I am smart enough to know if I am about to make a change like what was done to my server you might want to have a newer backup to restore from than one that is 4 days old.
Originally Posted by Tech Support
we have the latest backup of your account of Apr 17 and we
restored your account from the backup.
I am sorry, but seems you will have to re-upload the images that you uploaded
after Apr 17.
Thanks for all your help on this matter Chuck. This is the first relatively major problem I have had where your software was involved, and even though the issue turned out to NOT be related to your software you were extremely helpful!