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  • SimpleIT
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    Hi there,

    I've had a quick look on the forum, and while I can find some posts on the topic of migration none of them appear to have the same error.

    We build our sites on a local development server and all the content gets included in the development stage until the client is happy for the site to go live. I'm now at the stage where I need to upload a clients site to the live server, I have been able to install Silverstripe just fine, after this I copied over the mysite code and the templates, rebuilt the db and changed the theme to the one developed. Now the issue I'm having is when I'm copying the database with all the sites content onto the server. When I go back to the site I just get an internal webserver error. Is there anything I can do? During development the site was copied between dev servers with no issues, I thought the database didnt have any server configuration stored in it.

    Now I have tried the usual /?flush=1 and db/build/?flush=1 and I still get the same error.

    Any light you can shed would be great

    Regards

    Graham.

  • BLU42 Media
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    Re: Silverstripe migration Link to this post

    Hi-

    Double-check your .htaccess file. Sometimes the servers choke on the "DirectorySlash off" line. Just comment that out and see it it's working again.

    John

  • SimpleIT
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    Re: Silverstripe migration Link to this post

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply, I have done as you suggested however I am still getting the same error.

    "Error

    The website server has not been able to respond to your request." In firefox

    and a HTTP 500 in IE

    Any other ideas?

    Regards

    Graham.

  • SimpleIT
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    Re: Silverstripe migration Link to this post

    Fixed it,

    PhPMyAdmin was exporting my MySql table names in lowercase.

    Regards

    Graham.

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