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  • Fatal error: Direct Instantiation of vB_Image_Abstract prohibited. in /includes/class

    And again. Loadbalacing + Usage of XCache.

    No hacks whatever. Why does that error accour ?

  • #2
    What's the full error and what are you doing when you get it?
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    • #3
      Remove Xcache, you'll find there are currently some known problems with it when classes are loaded in a different order. They contacted us recently about it and we will try to help them resolve it.

      Consider using APC (which we use here on all of our servers). http://pecl.php.net/APC

      There is no need to repeatedly opening threads about this, X-cache modifies the behaviour of the Zend Engine that PHP is built upon. We've already said that its impossible for code to be instantiated like this if the code is unmodified.
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      • #4
        I am having the same issue too when i upgrade to 3.6.10 patch level 1 , i didn't have that issue before on 3.6.10
        And i don't use XCache

        Fatal error: Direct Instantiation of vB_Database_Alter class prohibited. in /includes/class_dbalter.php on line 109

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        • #5
          Please start your own thread for your issue. Thank you.
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