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Just in case anyone else run into an Error 500 and can't figure out how to debug it. https://semperfiwebdesign.com/forum/wp-security-scan-troubleshooting/error-500-internal-server-error-when-activating/ wut happened to my estore? 500 Internal Server Error Wordpress Wp-admin Specifically I would like to know:
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Steve on July 13, 2010 at 5:25 pm Your solution worked brilliantly for my upgrade to 3.0. Patched with the php.ini fix seen above, but also needed to to create a .htaccess file and put in AddType x-mapp-php5 .php Hope this info helps those who stumble across this Did you test your website with an other theme, yet? Http Error 500 Wordpress Admin the problem i had was with xmlrpc.php -- the array of comments was too big for php to handle.
Fortunately the workaround is easy. Muhammad Sohail Qureshi on June 21, 2011 at 10:15 am remove the 500 internal server error from your website. 1- go to apache httpd.confg file 2- find the mod_rewrite and remove Unfortunately WPI doesn't support PHP5.3 (but supports installation of PHP5.2.13 as of now) but we are working on it. actually i am new in wordpress.
got the same problem appear with all ie6, ie7 and ie8! Some Sanity Checking I checked several other WordPress databases that I control and found that post_parent column is not UNSIGNED in any of my other WP databases. I was about to uninstall PHP 5.3 and go back to what worked - PHP 5.2.9 - but I'm glad I stuck it through, the speed and enhancements from PHP 5.3 I would have NEVER figured this out on my own.
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I have 6 sites with them. Thanks again for the solution! Thanks a million! To check how many process you have running, assuming you have shell access, run the following command on the shell command line: ps axlwwf The output looks like: ps axlwwf F
Thank you. Thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks!!! - CJS Tharik Ahamed on July 29, 2011 at 6:55 pm hai friends. Thanks greatly. Cheers, Jon Viki on Jul 29, 2009 at 12:41 pm Hi, I had encountered the same error and the SQL query sorted out the issue in a minute.