Upgrading from 220.127.116.11 to 5.8 "concrete5 has encountered an issue"
I originally tried updating to 8.2.1 entirely through the dashboard. When this didn't work I reinstalled the site from a backup, downloaded 8.3.2, uploaded to updates directory (just the concrete folder) and then installed from the dashboard where it was visible but still getting errors.
Server is running PHP5.6 (tried changing to PHP7 but still getting the errors).
Server error logs showing "End of script output before headers: index.php"
I checked that the installed add ons don't require updates although we do have some custom dashboard pages for creating event bookings and sending confirmation emails - could these be causing problems? They also output to custom single pages.
The site was on 18.104.22.168 and the update 22.214.171.124 went smoothly with no errors.
Any ideas/help would be greatly appreciated!
It was a pains taking process to fix, I went through the 5.8 blocks and compared them with the 5.7 I was using.
I am still having issues with my Index Search Engine Automated Job. But other than that, it is running pretty smooth.
Is there a way to disable addons and run the upgrade or with I have to delete them from the packages folder?
Also Mdius, what issues where you running into with your application blocks? In the site I created I had to made quite a few custom blocks. What do I need to add to make them play nice with version 5.8?
Also I need to switch the database from MySQL to MariaDB. Is that going to throw yet another wrench in the works?
Unfortunately, addon incompatibility could also block the addon update mechanism. So its always best to get all addons up-to-date before upgrading the core.
Still no guarantee, but at least that way the number of incompatibilities you need to refer back to addon developers is minimised.
If you update on a development clone first, you can get all that out of the way before it risks a live site.
or hack it in /application/config/generated_overrides/concrete.php
return [ .......etc..... 'debug' => [ 'display_errors' => true, 'detail' => 'debug', 'error_reporting' => null, ], .....etc..... ];
That should give a full error trace, either to the cli, to the web page, or the c5 Log (and you can look at the Log table in phpMyAdmin)
With a full error trace, you can work out where the error was caused. It can be a few stack levels back from the actual line reporting.