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  • Apophenian
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    Hi there - hopefully someone can help or at least put me on the right path with this -

    I am running the latest version of SS, and am getting this problem intermittantly - on full page requests, and ajax calls, where the output is the following:

    ''Security', 'db/$Action' => 'DatabaseAdmin', '$Controller/$Action/$ID/$OtherID' => '*', 'images/$Action/$Class/$ID/$Field' => 'Image_Uploader', '' => 'RootURLController', 'sitemap.xml' => 'GoogleSitemap', )); Director::addRules(1, array( '$URLSegment/$Action/$ID/$OtherID' => 'ModelAsController', )); // Load error handlers Debug::loadErrorHandlers(); // Connect to database require_once("core/model/DB.php"); if(isset($_GET['debug_profile'])) Profiler::mark('DB::connect'); DB::connect($databaseConfig); if(isset($_GET['debug_profile'])) Profiler::unmark('DB::connect'); // Get the request URL $baseURL = dirname(dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'])); if(substr($url,0,strlen($baseURL)) == $baseURL) $url = substr($url,strlen($baseURL)); // Direct away - this is the "main" function, that hands control to the appropriate controller if(isset($_GET['debug_profile'])) Profiler::unmark('main.php init'); Director::direct($url); if(isset($_GET['debug_profile'])) { Profiler::unmark('all_execution'); Profiler::show(isset($_GET['profile_trace'])); } ?>'


    Which seems to be straight out of main.php, from line 20 onwards (or thereabout).

    Has anyone seen this type of issue before?

    Cheers,

    Rane

  • Apophenian
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    Re: Strange intermittant problem Link to this post

    Actually, it's more like line 125...

    Anyone seen this before? Could it be session related, seeing as it works fine for a time then everyso often I will get this error?

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