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    I know this a stupid question after being with VB for 4 years, but I have been negligent in keeping up with the upgrades. I have forgotten the url to make the upgrade. my website is osras.org

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    I uploaded the files for 5.45 using filezilla, I the used the url..http://www.osras.org/core/install/upgrade.php.. I get "this page isnt working..error 500" ? what am i doing wrong?

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    • #3
      I went to the site.. http://www.osras.org and I get this error too.."
      That action could not be completed. Please try again, and if this occurs again please contact the system administrator and tell them how you got this message"

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      • #4
        Need to start with the basics:

        What version are you upgrading from?
        What version of php are you running?
        What version of MySQL?
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        • #5
          upgrading from..5.2.1 php-7.0 .. mysql..
          MySQL 5.6.41-84.1

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          • #6
            You need to have php upgraded first. Ideally 7.1 or 7.2.

            Then upload ALL the vB files (make sure you have the full download and not any patch files).

            Then run the upgrade script.
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            • #7
              my host only goes to php 7.0 I just got off the phone with my host(bluehost) yesterday I upgraded from php5.6 php7.0 today I noticed it didnt upgrade I tried again a few minutes ago with them
              is the upgrade script http://www.osras.org/core/install/upgrade.php ?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by osras1 View Post
                my host only goes to php 7.0 I just got off the phone with my host(bluehost) yesterday I upgraded from php5.6 php7.0 today I noticed it didnt upgrade I tried again a few minutes ago with them
                is the upgrade script http://www.osras.org/core/install/upgrade.php ?
                It is but that error suggests either a corrupt file or else the php version isn't what you think it is and is below the minimum requirement.

                I would download a fresh copy of the files, and upload them to the server, making sure all existing files are overwritten.

                Also upload and run this file which will tell you your ACTUAL php version.


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                • #9
                  I just called my host again and for some reason my php isnt upgrading I had to put a ticket in with them after thats fixed I will do the steps you mentioned. Thanks


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                  • #10
                    When i run the script i get this error "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '.', expecting ',' or ';' in /home2/osrascom/public_html/osrasorg/core/vb/utility/random.php on line 10"

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                    • #11
                      my php version is 7.0.31 I reuploaded the 5.4.5 files.. no luck... im lost now

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                      • #12
                        This is still suggesting that php isnít at the minimum version.

                        have you run the phpinfo file I attached? Needs to be in your forum directory and then load it in a browser. It will tell you the actual php version, regardless of what your host tells you.
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                          • #14
                            I called my host again and told them even though they(bluehost) see it at 7.0, VB is still seeing it at 5.6 the said they made new changes a few minutes ago on the phone bluehost said the change can take 4-24 hours.. After that I will let you know if it is fixed or not.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by osras1 View Post
                              I called my host again and told them even though they(bluehost) see it at 7.0, VB is still seeing it at 5.6 the said they made new changes a few minutes ago on the phone bluehost said the change can take 4-24 hours.. After that I will let you know if it is fixed or not.
                              Looking at your link...it does seem to be.
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