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By Nik Groningen
Currently I'm developing a platform and use Processwire for some of the backend. Everything is working very well on localhost, but the installation on namecheap does not complete. I've read some comments on this forum that mentioned hosting on namecheap (without mentioning issues).
Attached is a screenshot of the last step of the installation. It looks very similar to the problem mentioned in this thread: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/15516-processwire-do-not-complete-installation/. Unfortunately, this didn't help me. I also attached a picture of the server. In the error_log, i do get some error messages related to includes and requires like:
[18-Jun-2020 03:42:32 America/New_York] PHP Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required '/home/niklcicr/public_html/wire/config.php' (include_path='.:/opt/alt/php56/usr/share/pear:/opt/alt/php56/usr/share/php') in /home/niklcicr/public_html/wire/core/ProcessWire.php on line 1199
On the last screen, the console outputs a internal server error 500.
That's what I tried: Installation on another server (freeinfinity) and it worked fine, installation on another namecheap account (did not work), and I adjusted the .htaccess file according to other threads in this forum that had similar problems (did not work).
Is there anyone who got Processwire to work on namecheap hosting or can point me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance,
Hi, I have already tried in different ways and many times to migrate but I always have issues at the end.
Here's what I have done so far:
1. Install PW on live server (all normal)
2. Import local DB into live DB
3. Front page site seems to work but I cannot login into admin page
case 2 (I'm currently on this stage):
1. Copied all files from local to live server
2. Import local DB into live empty DB
3. Front page works, but any other page and admin page are 404
In both cases:
- I have changed config.php info accordingly to live server (DB name, DB user and pwd, userauthsalt code)
- Uncommented RewriteBase / and RewriteBase /pw/ lines on .htaccess
- applied owner and group permissions to www-data for PW location
- applied permissions to folders and files accordingly
- applied a2enmod rewrite to apache2 on live server and restarted service
I have read some posts (Ryan's too) about migration and it seems to me that I'm doing it fine, don't know what it fails-
I'm on VMWare machine, Ubuntu Server 18.04, php 7.2, phpMyAdmin 5.0.1
Hope you can help me, thanks in advance
By flydev 👊🏻
Current version: 1.3.14-ATO
You can find the module on Github and in the modules directory :
Screenshots / Features
Dir and files exclusion
Local and Cloud storage
This module (github) does with site/assets/files what Ryan's DatabaseBackups module does with the database:
Backup site/assets Download ZIP archive Upload ZIP archive Restore site/assets Motivation: This module can be the missing part for projects with content backup responsibility on the client's side: The client will be able to download DB and assets/files snapshots through the backend without filesystem access, thus backing up all content themselves.
Release state alpha – do not use in production environments.
Credits for the nice UI go to @ryan – I reused most of it and some other code from the DatabaseBackups module.