PHP 7 issues
An unexpected error occurred.
could not find driver
with no additional information as to what the problem might be. How can I debug this and get the site back running? (The site is in development, and currently is pretty much just the initial install, so it shouldn't be related to customization)
I'd also be inclined to remove everything in application/files/cache if you can't log in to disable and clear the cache manually.
Is there anything in your web server log files that might shed any light on the matter?
Make a backup of application/config/generated_overrides/concrete.php
Normally you should *not* edit this file, but needs must..
Open it in a text editor and look for something that looks like this:
'debug' => array( 'detail' => 'message', 'display_errors' => true, ),
and edit it carefully so it looks like this:
'debug' => array( 'detail' => 'debug', 'display_errors' => true, ),
Save that and open the site in your browser. Hopefully you'll see a more detailed error message now.
If anything goes wrong, replace the file with the copy you made.
Installed Version 126.96.36.199
Issue might be related to imagemagick, which isn't quite ready for 7.0, I have RC6 installed. Anything I should be looking for in the error display?
You could, possibly, try replacing the concrete folder with the one from 188.8.131.52 and then running the upgrade again using the url: /index.php/ccm/system/upgrade?force=1
replacing the old concrete folder with the 184.108.40.206 version should remove any PHP7 compatibility issues. Also check that application/config/update.php (or maybe upgrade.php I can't quite rememeber) is moved out of the way since that will cause the concrete fodler to be ignored.
Failing that Your best bet is to go back to 5.X and upgrade on that then switch back to 7, or transplant everything to another host that's running 5.x, upgrade there and then upload back to the PHP7 host.
Whoops \ Exception \ ErrorException (E_CORE_WARNING)
PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\PHP\v7.0\ext\php_imagick.dll' - The specified module could not be found.
Any way to bypass the imagick load?
An exception occurred while executing 'SELECT t0.issID AS issID1, t0.customClass AS customClass2, t0.backgroundColor AS backgroundColor3, t0.backgroundImageFileID AS backgroundImageFileID4, t0.backgroundRepeat AS backgroundRepeat5, t0.backgroundSize AS backgroundSize6, t0.backgroundPosition AS backgroundPosition7, t0.borderColor AS borderColor8, t0.borderStyle AS borderStyle9, t0.borderWidth AS borderWidth10, t0.borderRadius AS borderRadius11, t0.baseFontSize AS baseFontSize12, t0.alignment AS alignment13, t0.textColor AS textColor14, t0.linkColor AS linkColor15, t0.marginTop AS marginTop16, t0.marginBottom AS marginBottom17, t0.marginLeft AS marginLeft18, t0.marginRight AS marginRight19, t0.paddingTop AS paddingTop20, t0.paddingBottom AS paddingBottom21, t0.paddingLeft AS paddingLeft22, t0.paddingRight AS paddingRight23, t0.rotate AS rotate24, t0.boxShadowHorizontal AS boxShadowHorizontal25, t0.boxShadowVertical AS boxShadowVertical26, t0.boxShadowBlur AS boxShadowBlur27, t0.boxShadowSpread AS boxShadowSpread28, t0.boxShadowColor AS boxShadowColor29, t0.hideOnExtraSmallDevice AS hideOnExtraSmallDevice30, t0.hideOnSmallDevice AS hideOnSmallDevice31, t0.hideOnMediumDevice AS hideOnMediumDevice32, t0.hideOnLargeDevice AS hideOnLargeDevice33 FROM StyleCustomizerInlineStyleSets t0 WHERE t0.issID = ?' with params ["8"]: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 't0.backgroundSize' in 'field list'
I'm thinking of reinstalling from scratch, since the upgrade seems to be so broken...
This bug thread has a solution for this:
I get the nifty error pages once in a long while when trying the upgrade (I've disabled the php_sqlsrv.dll and php_pdo_sqlsrv.dll loads, since they were the errors I saw), the rest of the time I get 'Access Denied', with no indication what I was trying to access when it was denied.
And now when I try to post I get 'Invalid Token'. :(
Sure wish I knew what was really going on though.
The "'Invalid Token" thing happens when you click reply on a page that you've had open for a while - it's a security thing to prevent misuse of the form.