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You need to turn on all error reporting to see errors. Add these two lines to your mysite/_config.php file:
And add this line to the .htaccess file in the root of your install:
php_value display_errors On
Good news is the front end works fine, so if you are logged in you can post new and edit existing blogs.
And works fine on my production server.
I'm using a mac, so I just renamed new install to mamp_new and renamed old install back in place. I saved a copy of old install when I upgraded.
Hope that helps.
Scott - This is very helpful, thanks! I'll let you know when I get it sorted out.
No troubles at all, hopefully all sorted for you now.
Scott - I haven't had a chance to check the errors or modify my MAMP installation but I did upload the site to a demo server. And it works fine there. I noticed that MAMP enables PHP 5.3.5 by default. Did you try switching to 5.2 before downgrading MAMP? My demo site is running 5.2 so I'm wondering if it might be a conflict with the latest version of PHP...
Never thought of that! Can confirm changing php back to 5.2.17 fixes the problem. So must be something to do with new php version. Problem solved, kinda :-)
Excellent! Kind of :) ... so then is it safe to say this is a bug that should be reported?
Not had time to dig deep into this, but I'd say it is something to do with the thirdparty sapphire zend framework. See this link. http://framework.zend.com/download/latest
Yes should be reported.
Lifesavers. PHP 5.2 in same MAMP version did the trick for me too.