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Hi Guys,

I know this issue has been covered alot of times and I have read through all the previous threads however none of the solutions seem to work for me.

I have migrated processwire from a local server to a subdomain multiple times and have never faced this issue.

Basically on moving all the files and uncommenting the #Rewrite option in the .htaccess file I am still getting a 500 internal error message.

I can't even see the homepage :(

Does anyone have any ideas? The link to the site is: http://friendsocc.3sixtynearlythere.co.uk/

Thanks,

Mel

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Mel,

If you've gone through this guide: http://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/troubleshooting-guide/ and the issue is still not resolved and you've checked the logs, including Apache's if you have access to them, then I would suggest to contact your web host as 500 errors are definitely server related.

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Hi Kongondo,

Its definitely a head scratcher, I have PW running on various sites on the same host. I will get in touch with them anyhow to see if they can shed some light.

Thanks for the quick response,

Mel

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If this is a new sub-domain, maybe the DNS information has not propagated properly (i.e. it can't yet been seen). Try refreshing your domain's DNS information, if you are able to.

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I recently had a 500 Internal Server Error after moving a site. The cause in that particular case was that the database was not accessable due to wrong user credentials.

The site was migrated from one PLESK host to another PLESK host, and it seemed that the database was correctly migrated but the password was set to something random.

Not sure if thats the case with your website. But its probably worth mentioning here.

ps. The error log file can reveal a lot of information about what can be wrong, have you looked at the log file yet?

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