On editing a gallery page I got this:
(object) thrownError = Internal Server Error text = status = 500 statusText = Internal Server Error url = /index.php/Vliegveld_Vlissingen?cmd=gallery_images&gpreq=json&jsoncallback=jQuery18302735206942325765_1359702555179&_=1359702557888 type = GET browser = mozilla=true&version=18.0
IIS (shared hosting) and tested with the latest commit (de3e7abace)
Any clue or do I have to ask for the logs from the hosting company?
Do I have to configure this?
You might be able to. That admin page essentially tries to get the contents of the error file as set in php's error_log setting.
in the settings error reports are enabled ('Report_Errors' => true,)
That will send some error reports, but 500 errors don't make it through unfortunately.
I configured logging, and saw in the first half minute the following 50 times:
[04-Feb-2013 13:14:56] PHP Warning: proc_open() [function.proc-open]: CreateProcess failed, error code - 5 in D:\www\wingstovictory.nl\www\include\thirdparty\finder\php\FinderVolumeDriver.class.php on line 3113
I'll set another level but maybe it has some relation.
Between all that was this:
[04-Feb-2013 13:14:48] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 20400 bytes) in D:\www\wingstovictory.nl\www\include\thirdparty\finder\php\FinderVolumeDriver.class.php on line 3177 [04-Feb-2013 13:15:12] PHP Notice: Undefined index: added in D:\www\wingstovictory.nl\www\include\admin\admin_uploaded.php on line 788 [04-Feb-2013 13:15:12] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in D:\www\wingstovictory.nl\www\include\admin\admin_uploaded.php on line 840
Ok, the new /include/admin/admin_uploaded.php file should fix it.
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