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@adriansonline said: I am able to enable plugins manually, but not within the dashboard. I can disable said plugins from the dashboard, but when I click enable, I get a 500 error.
Unfortunately, when you get an apache 500 internal server error, you need to look in the apache error logs.
What I would do is clear the error logs, then generate the internal server error. Now you have an exact apache error log of the internal server error.
Try to figure out what went wrong, if not, post it in your new thread (topic, discussion). Make sure it's not a file you post, but text please ;-)
@Konquet said: I see more bugs.. but is hard to explain in english for me :((((
It's ok, I basically understand what went wrong. You said you had 'some SQL problems', that might be the cause of the things that went wrong.
I would restore the backup and stay on 18.104.22.168 and we will find a new way to do a new upgrade. Also see hgtonight's comment :-)
@Zhaan said: I've attempted to upgrade three times now, and all of our posts were wiped clean every time. I'm not in a hurry though, so I'll just wait for an official porter/upgrade addon.
Wait, wait, wait! This is exactly what we need to know! Can you open a new topic with your situation, plugins, etc? We need to know why you can't upgrade in certain situations on your local computer.
porter / upgrade addon cannot be created without the information that you have (if it's a bug, it needs to be fixed, right?)
No auto-upgrade, but the upgrade is not a pain. I would first try upgrading locally, on your own PC to see what you encounter and then upgrade on your server.
If you think upgrading is a pain, only play with the Beta version on your local PC.
We'll set up a Wiki page with things you encountered and their solutions