Catchable fatal error: Argument 1 passed to ConfigStore::__construct() must be an instance of Database, null given, called in D:\Hosting\5063581\html\concrete\models\config.php on line 48 and defined in D:\Hosting\5063581\html\concrete\models\config.php on line 136
I upgraded to the latest release from 5.4.2 yesterday before I started making edits so don't know if this has anything to do with it.
Any help appreciated as this is a pretty big week for the client and they need their site up.
You can upload the attached file to like, [site root]/phpinfo.php and it will come back with the right information.
mysql error: [1054: Unknown column 'uDefaultLanguage' in 'field list'] in EXECUTE("select uID, uName, uIsActive, uIsValidated, uTimezone, uDefaultLanguage from Users where uName = 'admin' and uPassword = '8aaefd95c9b60a30f1637da2aa6a9529'")
I also updated Concrete earlier today. And I installed the Database Manager add-on. (although it didn't work when I tried it)
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated. I can't log on, so I don't have my environment.
yourdomain.com/index.php/tools/required/upgrade and see if there is a database migration which still needs to run?
it looks like there column missing on your user table.
By the time business hours on the East Coast of the US came round the site came back up. We moved hosts though becasue we can't afford that to happen again.
Anyway, if you or anyone else has an idea for me on how I could get my clients site back up without having to redo everything, I'd really appreciate it!
Nothing, not even an acknowledgement of break of service as far as I'm aware. I had suggested to the client thatthey move their hosting away from GoDaddy before we put the site live but this forced their hand.
They are hosted on FullFlavourMedia's Concrete5 specific shared hosting now. These boxes are tuned for C5 so you can turn on the APC opcode for increased site speed. I'm directing larger or more complex sites this way now. About $100 per year instead of the small money you pay for GoDaddy but worth it if you don't lose a day here and there sorting out issues for clients that aren't of your making.
I have been getting database connection errors on my host's webserver. Everything on my ConC5 site worked and looked good until Now all my domains under Concrete5 on the server throws the following error below. How do I Fix this as 5 domains are Now Under Water....
Catchable fatal error: Argument 1 passed to ConfigStore::__construct() must be an instance of Database, null given, called in /usr/local/4admin/apache/vhosts/MyWebsite.com/concrete126.96.36.199/concrete/models/config.php on line 48 and defined in /usr/local/4admin/apache/vhosts/MyWebsite.com/concrete188.8.131.52/concrete/models/config.php on line 136