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XF 1.2 server error (alpha step 10) during upgrade

Discussion in 'Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support' started by Bram, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    Keep getting a 500 server error on step 10 of the v1.2 upgrade process. any clues what this can be?
  2. Jarod

    Jarod Active Member

  3. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    Why on earth is this stuff not posted in a readme?
  4. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    i disabled the forum watch addon and dropped the table before upgrading.
  5. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    how does this CLI thing work?
  6. Jarod

    Jarod Active Member

    Can you upgrade via "Cli" upgrader ?
    /usr/bin/php library/XenForo/Install/run-upgrade.php
  7. Jarod

    Jarod Active Member


    Have you ssh access ?
  8. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    Nope not that i know of... is that the only way?
  9. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

    Sounds like the best way to go.

    How many posts does your forum have?
  10. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    1.6 million
  11. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    You dont believe this!!!!!!

    500 with chrome
    500 with firefox
    500 with opera

    and out of desperation tried freaking Internet Explorer and completed it in notime!

    For one time only

  12. Jeremy

    Jeremy Well-Known Member

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  13. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Yeah, what just happened was that the query finally finished in MySQL so it would've run instantly the next time. There's not a lot we can do about this on the web side unfortunately - for example, with a 500 error, it's your web server just killing the process. The query is still running in the background, but since your web server killed the process, you see an error. It's a single long query so there's nothing that can be done to split it up.

    On a side note, with a 1.6 million post forum, you really will want SSH "just in case". It allows you to do various things that can't be done easily via the web (DB backups being a good example).
    Jeremy likes this.

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