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  1. Our web host upgrades PHP from version 7.4 to 8.1. Currently we run Processwire 3.0.148, which produces errors ("Deprecated...") with PHP 8.1. Does an upgrade to the latest Processwire version 3.0.210 (Master) fix the problem?
  2. My /assets/cache is messed up after changing PHP to 8 and then back to 7.4 - seems to have something to do with it, apparently had same problem 4 years ago. Manually deleting everything in that folder brings the whole site down with this error: When I upload older cache files - only ones I had saved... - I can restore access, but then I get weird messed up old versions of my pages that I can't get rid of with any cache cleaning methods I know about. How can I reset/clear/turn off any caching and compiling etc. to zero/factory settings? I only want template files to get current database content. Edit: I guess I had a similar problem 4 years ago, also after changing/messing with PHP version. I think I fixed it for now by turning off 'Use Compiled File' in Files in the template settings. Still curious what's going on here, so if anyone has any ideas, please post.
  3. After upgrading to PHP 8 I now get errors like this in one of my sites: Unable to load Modules Unable to create directory /home/myusername/public_html/mywebsite/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/JquerySelectize/ ...and trying to clear caches: Fatal Error: Uncaught Error: Class "CacheControlTools" not found in site/modules/ProcessCacheControl/ProcessCacheControl.module:284 Other sites were mostly fine now, including Cache Control, but earlier I've had several other issues with suddenly unreachable folders here and here and here after making PHP and Apache changes via EasyApache. Are these known issues? Does anyone recognize them? How can I fix them? I've tried triple-checking/resetting folder ownership/permissions, but can't find a definitive guide what those settings should be and am probably only making things worse.
  4. It worked before and now not 🤔 The web server was recently upgraded to PHP8 and I know PHP8 is much stricter on argument typing than previous PHP versions, and this blip resulted in a Server 500 error: 2022-11-16 14:56:21 guest https://xxxxxxx.com/api/ Fatal Error: Uncaught TypeError: count(): Argument #1 ($value) must be of type Countable|array, string given in /home/xxxxxxx/public_html/wire/core/PagesLoader.php:845 The code was a 'page get' selector request in an ajax call. It all worked before the PHP update and I'm sure there are others using $pages->get() without issues on PHP8. $pages->get("id=". $sanitizer->int($data->pid)) I also tried it without the "id=". I think the problem is more that $options is a string in the line in the PagesLoader.php: <?php $options = count($options) ? array_merge($defaults, $options) : $defaults; Any ideas on how to fix? Thanks, psy Solution Changed line 845 in PagesLoader.php to confirm $options is an array and the site worked again. $options = is_array($options) && count($options) ? array_merge($defaults, $options) : $defaults;
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