Session.php error after GoDaddy Upgrade
I am also now UNABLE to log back into my dashboard to show you the environment but you can see what the errors are by looking at the attached 3 screen shots taken from IE, Chrome, and Firefox. I am however able to access the site via FTP. I did add in a GZip code to the .htaccess file listed here by Mnkrashttp://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/chat/gzip-and-concrete5/#...
I Called GoDaddy back and they insisted it has nothing to do with the transition and that maybe I should wait the 24-48 hrs to see what happens. They suggested that maybe my php version is old (ummm wouldn't that be their responsibility to upgrade)?
Well If anybody has any idea how I can fix this before my client goes nuts I'd much appreciate it.
By the way if you want to view live the site is :http://www.stcloudcanam.com
I really don't like having to wait
Best way to find out where they're stored, is to upload a small php program
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
and then run it - look for settings to do with session and check that any path names exist and are writeable by the user your web server is running as.
You might also clear any browser cookies for your site, if they have been preserved across the upgrade problems might occur.
1. Create a folder named tmp at the root
2. If it doesn't already exists, create a php5.ini file at the root
3. edit the file by adding the following 2 lines to it:
session.save_path = "/tmp/"
I wrote a complete tutorial on dealing with godaddy and concrete5, in case you have other problems you can find it here:
I will certainly bookmark your tutorial for future reference.
Thanks again! I appreciate it.