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I have upgraded my PERSCOM to 1.2.0, and as dictated in this topic I have installed IonCube. I have verified it's working using phpinfo(), running version 10.3.2.

However after upgrading to 1.2.0, when the PERSCOM folder is in my applications folder, the entire IPB suite stops working with an HTTP 500 error.

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Do you have PHP error logging enabled? If so you should get an error.log file produced in the folder of your IPB install.. posting that here would give a clue as to what could be causing it so people can help you better dude! ?

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Yeah my OP was super bad, I was either hoping the team had seen it before and knew I missed something installing IonCube, or a post like your pointing me in a place to start :classic_smile:

There's no error.log so I probably don't have PHP error logging enabled. I figure out how to get that turned on and post it here.

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20 minutes ago, Ezaco said:

Yeah my OP was super bad, I was either hoping the team had seen it before and knew I missed something installing IonCube, or a post like your pointing me in a place to start :classic_smile:

There's no error.log so I probably don't have PHP error logging enabled. I figure out how to get that turned on and post it here.

It's cool dude, your OP was a bit vague that's all.. you can enable php error logging in your php.ini file if you have access to it.. if not your hosting provider should have an option to enable it. You can check if you have it on with phpinfo().

Thanks ?

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So I did find the error.log, but it was /etc/php. This line:

Wed Jan 30 07:07:30.768521 2019] [:error] [pid 3573] [client 46.229.168.146:48650] PHP Fatal error:  <br/>The file <b>/var/www/html/applications/perscom/Application.php</b> was encoded with the Encoder for PHP 7.1 and can only run on PHP 7.1 or later.<br/> If you are the administrator of this site then please upgrade to PHP 7.1 or later and install the corresponding ionCube Loader. in Unknown on line 0

showed me that I had missed in the new requirements list that PHP 7.1 was required. This wasn't in the release post, but had I read the requirements on the download page I would've seen it. After updating my PHP to 7.1 (which was fun on Ubuntu...) and reinstalling IonCube for PHP 7.1 I have finally resolved this.

 

Thanks Ashton!

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Awesome, glad to see you got it working. Yes, PERSCOM requires PHP 7.1 now due to IonCube requiring it. Pretty standard across the industry for PHP to be 7+. Most hosting providers still offer PHP 5.4, but it will be disappearing soon, I imagine.

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I believe IPB 4 requires PHP 7, but just minimum 7.0. PERSCOM previously worked with 7.0 - which is what I was on - but with the update to the new 1.2 using IonCube it requires 7.1.

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16 hours ago, Ezaco said:

So I did find the error.log, but it was /etc/php. This line:


Wed Jan 30 07:07:30.768521 2019] [:error] [pid 3573] [client 46.229.168.146:48650] PHP Fatal error:  <br/>The file <b>/var/www/html/applications/perscom/Application.php</b> was encoded with the Encoder for PHP 7.1 and can only run on PHP 7.1 or later.<br/> If you are the administrator of this site then please upgrade to PHP 7.1 or later and install the corresponding ionCube Loader. in Unknown on line 0

showed me that I had missed in the new requirements list that PHP 7.1 was required. This wasn't in the release post, but had I read the requirements on the download page I would've seen it. After updating my PHP to 7.1 (which was fun on Ubuntu...) and reinstalling IonCube for PHP 7.1 I have finally resolved this.

 

Thanks Ashton!

No problem dude anytime! Glad to help and glad you got it sorted ?

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