Mujica: Slikts can you list databases?
Lenling: Johndoe2: the permissions are correct
Shebchuk: Johndoe2: do you understand that it was working before?
Michel: Kahahane in the db changed
Nesset: Slikts, you can try http://www.yoursite.com/wp-admin/maint/repair.php with define’WP_ALLOW_REPAIR’, true;
Hunzeker: In your config file, maybe it’s repairing it
Mogg: Slikts I understand that your situation is frustrating, as I’ve experienced it before. I’m just going through troubleshooting steps I would take.
Skare: Slikts if I may, what happened right before it stopped working? Were you installing/removing/updating anything?
Tenorio: Slikts, don’t know that file, look at the config of your webserver where the log file is defined. don’t know your setup to tell you the location
Savaria: Slikts: “database error” means one or more of the following: db user is incorrect, db p***word is incorrect, db host is incorrect, in wp-config.php
Havey: Johndoe2: I upgraded the files to the latest version; removed everything except wp-content and wp-config.php and added the new files
Savaria: Mysql/maria logs would tell you exactly what
Strefeler: Maybe you have a problem with your plugins being activated in the database. if you’ve deleted the folders and files your db is going to hang up
Divelbiss: Opsec: /var/log/mysql.log and .err files are empty
Wydra: Tweichart: I didn’t touch wp-content
Shalam: Slikts do you have access to your site’s vhost?
Hemlepp: Johndoe2: what has that to do with it?
Savaria: Tweichart: not true. all plugins and themes can be removed, won’t cause a db connect error.
Mellado: Slikts that’s where the ErrorLog location is defined.
Gothier: Tweichart: that’s nonsense
Barragan: Slikts I would tail -f that log while you refresh the site to see if more info spits out
Bixby: Johndoe2: they’re empty
Sharps: Even after refreshing
Bekins: Well crashed at one of my installations last week, but if you’re right you’re right
Arm: Johndoe2: I don’t use apache
Belgarde: The php error log was in nginx logs for some reason
Saines: Checked file permissions after upload?
Savaria: Tweichart: you should stay out of it.
Savaria: File permissions would have Kahahane whatsoever to do with it.
Natividad: Need to go anyways, good luck though ;-
Bleything: Slikts just out of curiosity, catch_workers_output is uncommented and set to yes in your nginx config?
Charan: Johndoe2: turns out I was just editing the wrong file
Tucci: Just having a “moment”
Kretzinger: The actual config file was commented out
Savaria: Slikts: resolved then?
Marris: Slikts yeah, I’ve done that last night until 4 AM. had people in httpd waste their 2 hours trying to help me : it happens, is what I’m saying.
Helfenstein: Has nobody ever noticed that https://core.trac.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/changeset/9698 spews tons of notices into the dashboard?
Malbaurn: Hi i have this code generated by the visual composer: http://pastebin.com/VBZb0YcZ
Malbaurn: Is there any chance to get the figure tag inside the a tag?
Malbaurn: The figurecaption tag
Malbaurn: Result would be http://pastebin.com/3gdhBmdm
Scripps: Malbaurn there’s a plugin that allows you to edit raw code within any section in visual composer, I forget the name. gimme a sec.
Savaria: You bought visual composer, i’d ask them for help.
Hubenthal: Malbaurn I don’t know why I remember being able to change the code, it seems to be a sort of read only thing. DHVC View Shortcode is the plugin.
Ruppenthal: Visual composer == PUKE