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that make connections all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportUpgrading Drupal 500 Internal Server error after upgrade to 7.39 Posted by pgteekensnl on August internal server error drupal 7 20, 2015 at 6:27am Any ideas on a possible cause for this error?
500 Internal Server Error Drupal HtaccessI tested the upgrade on my own site first, which worked like a charm. The second site I upgraded (other drupal 500 internal server error after update provider) is stuck with a 500 internal server error. Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 7.x Comments Addition pgteekensnl commented August 20, 2015 at 6:32am And by the way: drupal http error 500 the -/update.php routine still responds, displaying the administration page afterwards. Navigating away from this page results in a 500 error. Log in or register to post comments Same error immediately after update tsssystems commented August 20, 2015 at 4:41pm Got same error on D6 site. After putting site into maintenance mode via the web, decided to use drush to do both the ctools and core updates.
Drupal 8 500 Internal Server ErrorProblem was I was logged in as root and not as the site owner, so all the file ownership was wrong, and that's what caused the 500 error. Chown'd everything back to normal, and now site is working fine. Log in or register to post comments error 500 Markus64289 commented August 25, 2015 at 1:15pm Hi, I`ve updated my core 7.38 to 7.39. After this I can´t edit any content, because of a Error 500 ["Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error)"]. I din´t change the permissions of any files (all files are 640, all folders are on 755, /sites is on 777). .htaccess, web.config, .gitignore are equal to the older one. Does anybody knows a solution? Log in or register to post comments Look in your Drupal, PHP and Jaypan commented August 25, 2015 at 9:58pm Look in your Drupal, PHP and Apache error logs (in that order) to find more information. The Drupal organization has shut down discussion on improvement of the forums: https://www.drupal.org/node/2536122 It's time to start a new forum somewhere else. The Drupal organization does not care about the forums. Log in or regi
that make connections all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportInstalling Drupal .htaccess and internal server error Posted by drupal internal server error after migration stoltoguzzi on March 3, 2006 at 7:03am I get an internal server drupal 8 internal server error error installing drupal, after checking the forum I deleted the folowing lines. No it works but I am
Drupal Error 500 After Loginnot shure what function will maybe not work lather on? # Set some options. Options -Indexes Options +FollowSymLinks # Set the default handler. DirectoryIndex index.php Daniel Log in or https://www.drupal.org/node/2554409 register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 4.6.x Comments What host? nathanwastaken commented March 3, 2006 at 7:25am Can I ask what host you are using? Log in or register to post comments Hosting stoltoguzzi commented March 3, 2006 at 7:32am it is nexlink http://www.nexlink.ch/de/hebergement-mutualise/online-starter-plus.php Log in or register to post comments .htaccess stoltoguzzi commented March 3, 2006 at 9:00pm https://www.drupal.org/node/52196 no idea about that? Log in or register to post comments .htaccess and internal server error amorgen commented April 28, 2006 at 5:28pm I have the same problem with my debian etch. Commenting the lines above didn't solve the problem. What could you advice me ? Log in or register to post comments .htaccess stoltoguzzi commented April 28, 2006 at 8:57pm to check if it is the .htaccess, just rename or delete it, then you should be able to login. I know this is not the solution but then you see if you realy have to dig in this direction. Log in or register to post comments .htaccess file that works for me munkle commented June 12, 2006 at 6:46pm I spent a while fiddling with .htaccess until I managed to get it working. Here's the one that worked for me in the end: # # Apache/PHP/Drupal settings: # # Protect files and directories from prying eyes.
that make connections all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportInstalling Drupal 500 server error with Drupal 7.34, but other drupal sites at same server are working Posted by jasonmcd on February 3, https://www.drupal.org/node/2419037 2015 at 5:04am I get a 500 internal server error at a new site http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/145852/drupal-500-internal-server-error-on-login-page which is a fresh 7.34 ftp install. I haven't even run the install script yet. My other site running earlier versions (7.24) versions of Drupal are working. Same server, same folder. I tried the suggested edits on the .htaccess file, even cut and paste the 7.24 .htaccess code into th 7.24 .htaccess. The old sites keep running and the internal server new one is a 500. I'm at a loss as what to do next. Gonna sleep now. Hopefully someone has a suggestion in the morning. Thanks! Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 7.x Comments It is not unusual for an ftp John_B commented February 3, 2015 at 7:06pm It is not unusual for an ftp upload to partially fail, especially if you unpack the archive before uploading. I would re-upload internal server error the code, preferably as a single archive then unpack it. If possible, drop all tables in the database and start the install over. Scratch that - I did a Drupal 7 install today, and what I do personally is use drush. drush dl drupal gets you the code in a few seconds. If you are already in document root, then cd drupal-7.34 mv * .. mv .* .. cd .. rm -r drupal-7.34 drush site-install --db-url=mysql://password@localhost:dbname --account-name=dbuser --account-pass=dbpassword replacing db details with the details of the database user (and optionally the database) you set up earlier. It only takes a few seconds to make a Drupal site this way. Having said that, it does assume you have or are willing to install drush. If your hosting supports Drupal properly, it is already installed. You can check if your web server is basically working for a php site by making a phpinfo.php file ( ) and visiting your URL followed by /phpinfo.php. If the page loads with details of your setup, delete the file, knowing that basically the server is good to go, and ready to accept a Drupal install. Whatever your preferred installation method, the reason for the 500 error should be in your Apache error log. If you created the server with Virtualmin you will prob