Moving Concrete 5 Installation to new Directory

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Hi,

Recently, I moved the location that Concrete 5’s files are stored on my server from /home/me/c5 to /home/me/public_html/c5 however, when I try to login a get this error “ include(/home/me/c5/concrete/single_pages/login.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory” this is because the required file has moved to /home/me/public_html/c5/concrete/single_pages/login.php

How do I change the location or root path that Concrete 5 looks for it’s files in? I’m using version 8.5.4.

Thanks in Advance.

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JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
Core issues with moving sites are usually due to various caches.
- clear and disable all c5 caches
- manually remove the cache files
- put doctrine into development mode

(issues with application code often arise because URLs are not built correctly using the core APIs)
c5person replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,

Thanks for the reply. A few quick questions.

1. Can I clear and disable the cache without moving the installation back to its original directory and using the Clear Cache button in the admin menu? If so, how?
2. Where are the cached files stored in version 8.5.4?
3. How do I put Doctrine into Development Mode?
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
In general, always do all this before moving a site. But you can recover a moved site after the move, its just a bit more fiddly.

If you can get into the dashboard direct via yoursite.com/index.php/dashboard

1. yes
2. /application/files/cache/ or yoursite.com/index.php/dashboard/system/optimization/cache
3. Search on 'Entities' or go to yoursite.com/index.php/dashboard/system/environment/entities

Something I forgot to mention, you should also disable pretty URLs yoursite.com/index.php/dashboard/system/seo/urls

If you can't get into the dashboard, you need to look for the settings in the files beneath /application/config and edit them there.