Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Problems' started by netkingZ, May 2, 2014.
This is my error:
How can Fix?
Any clue as to what triggers the error?
Have you disabled all add-ons?
From the error it is suggesting that you're using require_once(); to call a file that doesn't exist.
Yes i have disabled alla add-ons width:
$config['enableListeners'] = false;
how can find the file that using require_once()?
And how can find the file that doesn't exist?
It may actually be a bit more sinister than an add-on. It appears to be some Zend files it isn't finding.
What is your web server set up and have you made any changes to that recently?
the server set up:
$config['db']['host'] = 'mysql.netsons.com';
$config['db']['port'] = '3306';
No on recently i don't have changes nothing.
I mean are you running Lightspeed? If you disable Lightspeed and just run Apache does it work?
how can disable Lightspeed ?
It would be useful if you answered both questions
Are you running Lightspeed on your server?
Sorry now i answer to all question.
how can see if i running Lightspeed in my server?
You should know. It's your server.
The issue appears to be possibly server configuration related so if you're not sure what your server has or doesn't have I suggest speaking to your host or server person for assistance.
Vaguely speaking this may be one of two things:
1) A load of your Zend files are missing so one thing you could try is downloading XenForo and re-uploading all files.
2) Some sort of configuration related to include paths may be incorrect.
if for example my server don't running the Lightspeed how can fix?
i have re-installate all file of Zend folder but the site don't work.
Ok now i know , my server using Lightspeed , how can fix?
If you want, in about 30 minutes I can take a glance if you will contact me via Skype (in my profile) or personal conversation. I'm currently in the process of moving about 15 VM's from one server to another and updating DNS entries and the IP's on the VM's. Only about 3 more have to be up and running so I'll have a short break.
(this is if you are on a VPS or dedicated... if you are on a shared host contact them).
Also run a file check to make sure all files are there.
I don't really know enough about Lightspeed. But generally it seems to be related to an include path issue. See this post from Mike:
And this thread at the Lightspeed forums (which proposes a fix in the last post):
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