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  • Briohny
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    Re: Server Upgrade Woes Link to this post

    YES! This definitely looks to be the problem. I'll be sending GoDaddy support this link! Thank you Martine!

    I'll see what they say and post any information I can obtain.

  • Lazarus404
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    Oh, wow, that makes so much sense! Thanks Martine.

    @Briohny: I'll nag them, too. Hopefully, the more people that throw this their way, the quicker they'll get to rectifying it.

    Lee

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    I've just noticed that they've installed a test folder on the backend of my site and have installed the latest version of Silverstripe. I can see that the generic Silverstripe welcome page appears but the admin login is producing the 404 page not found error... this means that whoever is working on the site is finally seeing the problem!!! (hopefully, fingers crossed). Keep you posted.

  • GoDaddy
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    Hi, everyone. I'm sorry to hear all your frustration. As Briohny pointed out, we've been investigating this issue. Our admins are looking into it to see what can be done on a wider scale, but for now, we've found a workaround.

    Open up your main.php file, and change two lines as demonstrated here. Obviously, you'd replace YourDomain.xxx with your own real domain name:

    ******Original code, failing******
    // Apache rewrite rules use this
    if (isset($_GET['url'])) {
    $url = $_GET['url'];

    ******New code, working******
    // Apache rewrite rules use this
    if (isset($_GET['YourDomain.xxx'])) {
    $url = $_GET['YourDomain.xxx'];

    I hope this solves the problem for everyone. Please post your results here to let us know how it works out.

    Alon
    GoDaddy

  • Lazarus404
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    Thanks, GoDaddy. One of my sites has multiple domains assigned, but it should give me a starting point. I'll post back and let you know how it goes.

    Thanks,
    Lee

  • Lazarus404
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    Okay, thanks, that worked. I have an issue with one of the domains, but it's not to do with this issue. I'll contact you about that, separately.

    Thanks again.
    Lee

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    Thanks, Lee. Glad to hear it, and thanks for such a quick response.

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