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Tagged: site crash from update
02/26/2013 at 10:58 pm #252437
I just did a Connections plugin update and the site crashed…. Any suggestions on how to get access to the site?
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Apache Server at http://www.thendaramountainclub.org Port 8002/27/2013 at 8:53 am #252468
The site was restored from backup, but I am afraid to apply any updates from Connections. Is there anything I can provide you to find out why this occurred and solve the problem?
I’ve attached a list of my plugins.
Theme Weaver II with 9 Widgets
You are using WordPress 3.5.1.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.02/27/2013 at 9:11 am #252470
Shared IP Address
Path to sendmail
Path to Perl
1.0 (RC1)02/27/2013 at 6:40 pm #252509Steven ZahmKeymaster
You were only upgrading from version 0.7.4, right? Well, there was literally only a single word changed, and it was a TRUE to a FALSE. So, I don’t think the issue is with Connections. I’m thinking that maybe the memory allocated to PHP had run out mid upgrade.
I recommend a setting of at least 128MB.
You likely did not have to restore your blog from a backup. You can just delete the “connection” folder from the ../wp-content/plugins folder. That’ll method will work for nearly every plugin.
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