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Error in installation - update (4.2.1)
by dimitrisgr
25 Jun 2013 15:27

2 Problems in instalation of subdomain & and upgrading from version 4.2.0 to 4.2.1.

1) Regarding the upgrade:
I have instaled and running version 4.2.0 and when I try to upgrade to version 4.2.1 the instaletion crashes with errors in the lines of php. The result can be seen in the following link
http://vbtest.mysat.gr/install/install.php

2) Regarding the subdomain
I have created a clean install of a subdomain and when I try to install vbulletin either version 4.2.0 or version 4.2.1 I get the same type of error as above

any ideas ?

Lynne 25 Jun 2013 16:26

As you can see on the install page, it says version 4.2.0, not 4.2.1, so you haven't uploaded all of the files correctly. I'd suggest redownloading the 4.2.1 package and reuploading all the files and making sure they all get uploaded completely.

Is this upgrade on the same server as the original install or is it a new server? what version of PHP is on the server?

dimitrisgr 25 Jun 2013 16:43

PHP is version 5.3.19 on the server.
The upgrade is on the same server as the original install

the link that I gave is from the result of trying to install new instalation on the subdomain ("vbtest") with version 4.2.0

Lynne 26 Jun 2013 01:32

Can you turn display_errors off on the server.

Was vbulletin originally installed on this server? What version was that?

dimitrisgr 26 Jun 2013 11:38

" vbulletin is installed on the server (version 2.4.0) and is running normally on the main site.
I have created a subdomain to be used for testing purposes where I want to install as clean installation vbulletin (version 2.4.0) and when I try I get the above mentioned error "

dimitrisgr 30 Jun 2013 18:49

Assay update from 4.2.0 in 4.2.1 and keep getting the same error. any ideas ?

http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/4963/siqr.jpg

Lynne 30 Jun 2013 20:35

Please turn off display errors.

dimitrisgr 08 Jul 2013 23:01

Thank all OK


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