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XF 1.3 White screen after server transfer

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Problems' started by rages4calm, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. rages4calm

    rages4calm Member

    http://www.uoforum.com so i've transferred xenforo to a different host in the past and had 0 problems.

    This time I transferred to hostmonster vps and having trouble figuring out why im getting a white screen no matter which page i go to (aka internal error 500).

    I've set my config file up to
    Code:
    ini_set('display_errors', true);
    $config['debug'] = true;
    $config['enableListeners'] = 0;
    but does no good still shows no errors. I can change the config.php and make a sql error by using false data, but using the proper data I get nothing.

    The database is fine with 0 errors. I have even disabled all the addons I absolutely can not figure out why it is not showing the forum.
     
  2. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Check to make sure that you don't have an empty index.html in the root forum directory.
    Most HTTP servers will serve .html/htm before .php, and if you have a blank index.html/htm then that will be what is served.

    And hello from a fellow Texan.
     
  3. MQK8

    MQK8 Active Member

    Works fine now on my end
     
  4. rages4calm

    rages4calm Member

    I figured it out, also MQK8 I think you may be seeing the old host it's still propagating for some people.

    the problem was for some reason phpmyadmin was not importing the entire sql database. -_-

    and hello Tracy :)
     
  5. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Suggestion... since it's a VPS, don't become dependent on phpMyAdmin... I've seen it crap out on to many backups for people. Learn to log in and use mysqldump from the CLI. It's not that difficult.
    I have also seen it time out on a large import and do what it seems to have done for you.. only a partial import.

    I don't know if you have imported the DB yet, but I'm still getting a white page when I go to your site.

    Much farther north and you coulda called yourself an Okie. :ROFLMAO:
     
  6. rages4calm

    rages4calm Member

    Nope the sql is 1gig waiting for it to download from the old shared hosting.
     
  7. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    At 1Gb for the DB, phpMyAdmin is probably going to time out on you to import it on the new site.
    I would suggest creating your user/password via phpmyadmin, creating the DB with the same name as you use now (or a new one but don't forget to change it in your config.php) and then logging in via SSH and doing a simple
    mysql -p dbase_name < filename.sql
    This assumes that you are in at root. The -p will want the root Mysql password. If you have already created the user/password you can use
    mysql -u username -p dbase_name < filename.sql
    where the username is the username you created for the DB and then input the password when you press enter.

    where dbase_name is the DB you created, and filename.sql is the SQL file you exported.
     
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