You need to unzip them and upload to your photopost directory and make sure to follow the instructions in my post.
As I said in my previous post I did that and I got a blank page. I downloaded the files uploaded them to my photopost directory and then called the vbag.php file in my browser like in the screenshot below. I get a blank page. Either I'm doing something wrong or it does not work.
I am trying to import my existing 2.4.3 vbgallery into a new 7.1 pp pro (and would like to switch of the vbgallery after this transfer) installation with vb 3.8.3 Forum integration, so far everything went through except the files import on the very last step...
encountered a Server issue because (might be) of the large amount >75k pics to import
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, webmaster at xxxxx and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.
More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
after about 15 times trying to get rid of the files import i gave up...
have also tried to set php time from "30 sek" to "0", but it get always lost after about 1,2 - 1,8 GB file transfer,.... i have to import about 7,8 GB
any suggestion are very welcome, what can i tell my host provider, i do have a managed Server...(cant find anything related in my access able logs)
Or is there a known solution to edit the import script accordingly?
(for example: step1 - 500 files + step 2 - 500 files etc.)
register_globals = off
allow_url_fopen = off
magic_quotes_gpc = off (on - no difference)
memory_limit = 64M
max_execution_time (in Sek.) = 30 ( "0" not helps)
upload_max_filesize = 10M
max_file_uploads = 20
extensions = APC on
Php = 5.2.16
Webserver = Apache (cgi-fcgi)
Last edited by Markus.B; May 15th, 2011 at 03:03 PM.
Your hosting provider is the one who could provide more info here. Your getting a very generic server error there and maybe more info might be in your server logs. This is a very old script so maybe something in newer php that does not like something. although the file import is a simply mysql query that runs through results and does a simple copy command from the vbgallery file to the new pp data destination. There is nothing complex there about that although large copies can take awhile.
Your vbag.cnf.php file would need to be the contents like noted. Also realize as the directions state that config file must be 777 permissions when you try and run vbag.php to update the contents but maybe you did not do that which could also be the root of your evils.
Ok Chuck, but i have the blank page to vbag.cnf.php . . . . to vbag.php i have the same error.
The problem is that not connect to DB. . . .
It's not simple update this very important script?
vBGallery now is version 3 . . .