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AdminCP options update error
by USC
28 Oct 2020 01:31

Hello, i recently moved my VB 4.2.5 forum to another sever ..i had to manually restored the entire forum including database to new server ..everything else is working perfectly except one thing ..i am unable to update Admincp options ..whenever try to do so ..this error msg shows up ..

syntax error, unexpected 'elseif' (T_ELSEIF), expecting end of file on line 10 in /home/urdusto3/public_html/includes/adminfunctions_options.php(744) : eval()'d code
#0 /home/urdusto3/public_html/admincp/options.php(1072): save_settings(Array)
#1 {main}

your help 'd be greatly appreciated

regards

yilmaz 28 Oct 2020 19:39

Plugins and php version are not compatible.
To find out which plugin you can find out by disabling them one by one.

Hostboard 01 Nov 2020 20:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by USC (Post 2604397)
Hello, i recently moved my VB 4.2.5 forum to another sever ..i had to manually restored the entire forum including database to new server ..everything else is working perfectly except one thing ..i am unable to update Admincp options ..whenever try to do so ..this error msg shows up ..

syntax error, unexpected 'elseif' (T_ELSEIF), expecting end of file on line 10 in /home/urdusto3/public_html/includes/adminfunctions_options.php(744) : eval()'d code
#0 /home/urdusto3/public_html/admincp/options.php(1072): save_settings(Array)
#1 {main}

your help 'd be greatly appreciated

regards

What version of PHP is your new server running?

USC 02 Nov 2020 03:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by yilmaz (Post 2604417)
Plugins and php version are not compatible.
To find out which plugin you can find out by disabling them one by one.

thanks bro ..php incompatibility was an issue ..

--------------- Added 02 Nov 2020 at 03:13 ---------------

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hostboard (Post 2604498)
What version of PHP is your new server running?

i was running 7.1 ..i switched it back to 5.6 ..issue was resolved ..then i switched it back to 7.1 again ..no issues this time ..thanks for giving me a great hint that solved the issue..


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