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Possible Serious PHP Error?
by HM666
26 Sep 2019 03:10

I'm getting this error whenever I try to refresh in the CMS or when I click on various links in the CMS sidebar menu.

1. I'm using the built in vBulletin sidebar CMS menu, recent posts & threads widgets in the CMS for testing purposes.

2. I'm using vB 4.2.5 Suite.

3. Running PHP version 7.1.32

4. Using MySQL 5.0.12 (MySQLi)

5. Its a fresh install and I'm using the default style.

6. There are plugins & mods installed. I disabled them globally and tried again and still get the same error. So I do not believe that its a mod that I've installed.

7. I also have an issue with the Mod_Security at times in various places on the site.


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Here is the error I get:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


Line 196ish activitystream.php:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Is this possibly a PHP 7.1 issue I'm having or is it something else?

In Omnibus 26 Sep 2019 03:33

4.2.5 requires SQL 5.5.8 or newer.

HM666 26 Sep 2019 03:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by In Omnibus (Post 2600778)
4.2.5 requires SQL 5.5.8 or newer.

Checking with the host right now. They said it was 5.6.3, but that is not what it shows in the phpinfo. *SIGH*

--------------- Added 26 Sep 2019 at 04:35 ---------------

Took the PHP back to 5.6 and it seems to be working fine now. Thanks for the help.

snakes1100 26 Sep 2019 09:29

Uninstall the binary for mysql-server, it must of not uninstalled & updated correctly, this is why the binary shows the wrong version.

If you ran an yum update on an rpm based system, it would of spit out an error on the update & stated it didnt install the new version of mysql-server

HM666 26 Sep 2019 10:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by snakes1100 (Post 2600782)
Uninstall the binary for mysql-server, it must of not uninstalled & updated correctly, this is why the binary shows the wrong version.

If you ran an yum update on an rpm based system, it would of spit out an error on the update & stated it didnt install the new version of mysql-server

On the phpinfo it states MySQLi is 5.0.12 and in the hosting panel it stated that the MySQL was 5.6.3 but then when I went back and looked it said it was 5.7 something. So I'm guessing the host may have done that. This is a shared hosting server and I'm not too terribly happy with them right now. They cannot seem to pull their heads out to fix anything. :( For now I guess I'll just have to stick with Wordpress and find another solution forum wise. vBulletin 4.2.5 just cannot keep up with the latest tech and I'm NOT upgrading (again) to vB5.


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