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We have taken a look at the page and it was showing blank. Thinking that this was a PHP version issue, we have tried changing various PHP versions and we were unsuccessful in finding the problem. I would like to thank you for taking a backup of the site and your cPanel before upgrading. It seems that your upgrade from version 3.06 to 3.2.6 was just too large of a jump. We recommend restoring from your backups and you can try the upgrade again, but this may not resolve the problem. It can also be possible that you can restore the backups, and then try to import your lists into a fresh install of the latest version of PHPList. Of course, we are not positive that will be possible either, but it can be worth a shot is to attempt to use your old versions' configuration file on the newest version of PHP. If that fails, you may want to make a post in our Support Forums. Our Community Support Team may be better able to answer that question. They actively monitor the forums and answer quickly.
Since I already restored the backup, and still see a blank page, I don't know how to import my lists info into a new install.
I must be missing some steps need to my config that Softiculous didn't handle. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance.
my script manages connections' tcp sockets "customers (which are electronic devices)
to receive the data I use: socket_read ()
armo all taste in my local XAMPP server and going great.
I get on my vps in Inmotion, (after opening ports, etc etc) and also works well. (Celebrations)
It is not often, but it happens, sometimes one of the devices, and starts sending data halfway, say "turns off".
Blessed "\ n" will never reach the server to indicate that the transmission completed thus will remain hung hearing this, bad bad bad.
After studying the subject, I found that: socket_set_option ($ sock, SOL_SOCKET, SO_RCVTIMEO, array ( "sec" => 3, "usec" => 0));
With this simple line a timeout of 3 seconds on the socket when reading is generated. If the "\ n" does not arrive in less than 3 seconds, adios ... the process is over, and we move on to something else.
I try this on my localhost xampp and GENIAL .... IT WORKS!
I thought it would be a cinch, since the same script and worked on my VPS only lacked this line so that it will not crash due to the lack of a "\ n".
Add the line and nothing :(
I try setear other options socket_set_option () and nothing without effect,
Doing a deep debug any kind of warning or error does not occur.
I tried to upgrade and downgrade versions of php in vps, and nothing.
I played with everything about timeouts in php.ini and nothing
something ... i do not know what, disables the ability of the system to recognize socket_set_option ()
Even though if I enter my WHM and if I enter "PHP version" and then see the details. socket_set_option () is listed as admitted.
I would appreciate any assistance. Sorry for the length of my message.
Paul. From Cordoba Argentina.
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