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  1. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    All,

    I just upgraded to the latest revison and now when I try to visit http://siteurl/wp-signup.php I am redirected to http://siteurl. Any ideas about what could be wrong. All other functions seem to be working.

  2. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Really could use some help with this one. I upgraded from a January build to the most recent revision. This revision is working fine on a test server which was set up a few months ago but didn't have the original DB structure. On the test I am able to access wp-signup.php but not on the upgraded site. The .htaccess and wp-config are comparable but for db names and things. Could there be some setting in the db for the main site that would cause this?

  3. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    The problem has something to do with
    do_action("signup_header");
    if( $current_blog->domain != $current_site->domain ) {
    header( "Location: http://" . $current_site->domain . $current_site->path . "wp-signup.php" );
    //die();
    }
    get_header();
    ?>

    If I comment out the die(); then I am not redirected but I get a blank page. Thoughts?

  4. Misera
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    :3 can't give us a link or something? Was the test site made after the structure change.. like with the release candidates when /wp-inst/ was removed? Did you checked if you .htaccess file and I guess the rest of the files you didn't overwrite when you upgraded had the correct paths?

  5. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Misera,

    http://blogs.wooster.edu/wp-signup.php
    .htaccess is exactly the same as on working test server
    test server was created after the structure change

    To upgrade:

    1. I got the latest trunk from svn
    2. Copied db to dbcopy
    3. Copied old wpmu to wpmuold
    4. Copied trunk to wpmu
    5. Created newdb
    6. Did clean install with new version and newdb (to generate .htaccess and wp-config.php)
    7. Edited wp-config to point to the dbcopy from 2.
    8. Copied blogs.dir, plugins in mu-plugins and plugins, and themes to new version
    9. Logged in and ran Site Upgrade

    This way I can always rename wpmuold to wpmu and wpmu to wpmunew and get back to the old working setup.

    I can access all the blogs. It appears to just be wp-signup that has a problem. After Step 2 all the blogs were set to Mature and Spam. Between step 8 and 9 I had to go in and set all of them to not spam before I could run Site Upgrade.

    It is also difficult to deal with the db dump as the dump file is 88 MB.

    No files were overwritten I just copied the important stuff from wp-content to the new version. Permissions are correct as far as I know.

  6. drmike
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Something's up with the install. Going on 45 seconds just trying to get the main site page to load on an OC-48 in a nearly empty community college library. Using IE 6.0.2900.

    edit: Time out after about 1:30 with nothing ever coming up in teh browser window.

  7. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    So you can't access http://blogs.wooster.edu/ at all? I've not had problems with this at all since I got the SysAdmin to fix the DNS record for the server. That was over seven months ago. I have been able to access the site with no problems. Obviously.

    Edit: It appears that the server is down.

  8. drmike
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Can't ever get the DNSreport to come up.

    edit: Finally did. Looks like there's a number of errors as well.

  9. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Mike,

    It is up now. I guess my SysAdmin went in and rebooted the server. Working for a school of 3000+ with only two SysAdmins and 70+ servers means things take a while. It also means I don't always get notified when things happen.

  10. drmike
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    I'm getting the blank page now for the wp-signup.php.

    Why not grab a copy of wp-signup.php from trac and see if replacing the file helps at all.

  11. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Well, I have the most recent version from svn, but I'll give it a go again.

  12. kahless
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    Mike,

    Excellent call. I got the version from rc-4 and now things seem to be working. Sorry for wasting all the bandwidth. I should have tried that myself. It would seem that something about my setup is inconsistent.

  13. Trent
    Member
    Posted 15 years ago #

    I actually have the same problem and posted at:

    http://mu.wordpress.org/forums/topic.php?id=2505&replies=13#post-15910

    It is still broken....

    Trent

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