XF 1.4 Zend error?

Cassandra

Member
Getting these errors, all of a sudden, about every minute! Not sure what the problem is? Any help would be appreciated

Zend_Feed_Exception: Could not load date due to unrecognised format (should follow RFC 822 or 2822):Missing locale file '/home/myname/public_html/sitename.com/xenforo_installation/library/Zend/Locale/Data/he_IL.xml' for 'he_IL' locale. - library/Zend/Feed/Reader/Feed/Rss.php:243
 

Cassandra

Member
I've managed to partially solve this by importing the relevant language xml files from the full zend installation.

however some users still get the following error, which makes the forum inaccessible for them:

Zend_Feed_Exception: Could not load date due to unrecognised format (should follow RFC 822 or 2822):The locale '' is no known locale - library/Zend/Feed/Reader/Feed/Rss.php:243

Could it be related to the location settings for these specific users? Can I change it manually somehow?
 

bt012ss

Well-known member
Missing locale file '/home/myname/public_html/sitename.com/xenforo_installation/library/Zend/Locale/Data/he_IL.xml' for 'he_IL' locale.
Hi together, i get the same error since yesterday with Locale/Date/de_DE.xml
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
Just to clarify that from a technical point of view, these are invalid feeds. There's a defined date format (RFC 822) that they need to use which is unambiguous.
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
It's really something that needs to be resolved by the feed you're importing, as it's that feed which isn't valid.

What's the URL of the feed?
 

Recep Baltaş

Well-known member
It is beacuse of Widget Framework. It started with the latest update but hte author does not give a damn...
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
  • #11
You can put the feeds into the W3C feed validator: https://validator.w3.org/feed/ If you see errors, it's very likely that the import issues are from them having invalid components. This particular thread surrounds invalid date formats.
 

AFT

Member
  • #13
Hi, anyone know why we would all of a sudden be getting Zend Server Error Log messages?Server Error Logs 29.5.17.jpg
 

AFT

Member
  • #16
I was waiting for the error message to pop up again but it hasn't; It must have fixed itself overnight maybe?

Sorry for wasting your time.
Regards,
Craig
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
  • #17
You can still check the trace for the original error log entry.

That may provide some insight as to what caused it.
 

AFT

Member
  • #18
Unfortunately I'm running my site with no webmaster and I have very little insight and limited abilities in this sort of thing. If someone explained to me how to do this, I will.
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
  • #19
Click on the blue text of the error log entry and an overlay will appear with the details.
 

AFT

Member
  • #20
Hi, sorry for not getting back to you sooner, but as I deleted the error message and the error message hasn't returned, I haven't been able to click on anything to give you the overlay.
 
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