If the table prefix is wrong, $wgDBprefix is what you need to adjust. I had already switched hosts > at > that point so I have not yet tried it myself. But, i am not sure if i can use the entire old "htdocs" folder for the new one? Reply 13:33, 11 December 2015 9 months ago Permalink Hide 18.104.22.168 (talkcontribs) An error 500 is usually happening in the webserver.
If your server doesn't have a MySQL backup utility, you can do it directly in PhpMyAdmin. Look for the filename and line and if you find that you are in a language translation section that uses non-ascii characters, strip out that section. If it takes too long to update, you may need to adjust $wgJobRunRate, or try setting $wgRunJobsAsync to false in LocalSettings.php.
I'm at wits end! Going to run database updates for bitnami_mediawiki-tda_ Depending on the size of your database this may take a while! This may be considered a bug, and is being reported. Mediawiki Css Not Loading This can happen specially in some installations since MediaWiki 1.27 (see task T142751).
This usually happens with LocalSettings.php - but see error message for exact file. Mediawiki 500 Internal Server Error Install The default value 1.25e7 is too small for many modern cameras. Trevor Hateley Important Businessman [email protected]
Reply 10:13, 18 December 2012 3 years ago Permalink Hide ScottMH (talkcontribs) I can't find any errors in the apache log related. Mediawiki Blank Page I have an installation of MediaWiki that is under SSL and uses an extension of the AuthPlugin to authenticate users to an external database upon their login. Should I include him as author? See report: Topic:Rz2zo0m88rrxqrfn and Thread:Project:Support_desk/MediaWiki_don't_work_with_PCRE_8.34_(2) Image Thumbnails not working and/or appearing SVG See also: Manual:Image administration#SVGManual:Image administration#SVG First, determine your $wgSVGConverter setting.
someone please help. This change does not require you to restart apache. Wikimedia Error 500 This are the procedure that i did from 1.25.1 to 1.26.0. Internal Servererror 500 All other wiki users could still log in.
See http://php.net/ for PHP documentation on how to set up error reporting and logging. > So, some of the tables must be inconsistent. useful reference i love yOu i lOve you i love yOu! If that's not the problem, upgrading PHP to a newer version can help (see this forum thread) Attempting to save an edit gives you a 403 Forbidden error, or you get it was working fine before, it started to happen suddenly and i am not sure why is this happening. Mediawiki Error Log
I'm almost changing the host... This might be due to a typo in the filename. You can increase the value of $wgMaxImageArea or switch to using ImageMagick which evades this restriction (set $wgUseImageMagick and $wgImageMagickConvertCommand). my review here Pages are either empty, or result in a "500 internal server error".
in xxx/includes/cache/MessageCache.php on line nnn 3.4 Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (...) 3.5 Strict Standards: date_default_timezone_get(): It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone Mediawiki Images Not Showing Internal Error during installation If your webserver produces a "500 Internal Error" at the beginning of the install process, you may need to change the permissions on the mw-config directory to Then move the old install out of the way and create an empty htdocs folder.
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Setting a debug log should display any cookie received by MediaWiki, so it may be a first step to detect if cookies are actually received by MediaWiki or not. Make sure to restart your webserver after you have changed this value. Update Mediawiki That should mean that the problem that creates the 500 >> messages are in the database not in the php code.
Note 2: This error can often happen for other reasons. That should get you enough information to at least narrow down the source of the issue. Reply 09:41, 10 January 2013 3 years ago Permalink Hide Ciencia Al Poder (talkcontribs) You probably upgraded PHP with vBulletin Reply 10:19, 10 January 2013 3 years ago Permalink Hide Reply get redirected here In the htdocs, there is extensions, images folders, Localsettings.
Another problem may be a limit imposed by the web server about how many data the server can receive on a single request. Is it possible to repair the MW database tables without doing harm to the data? -- Harald Groven University of Tromsø link to broken wiki (when mod_rewrite is turned off) http://www.groven.no/mediawiki182/index.php?title=Main_Page