April 8, 2016 in Technical Problems
New centos stack (nginx, php5.6). I've just imported a data set from 4.1.9, uploaded files for 4.1.10 and need to access the upgrade script in the admin panel to get it to update the database to 4.1.10.
Here's the error I'm presented with trying to access the admin panel:
The upgrader uses PHP sessions to store data, however PHP sessions are currently not working correctly on your server. This is an issue you will need to contact your host about. (5C289/1)
Is there write permissions on the save_path?
A lot of configs I have seen use /tmp as the save_path.
I have the same problem.
Try setting the save path to /tmp and restart.
I did it but no help. It still shows the same path on phpinfo tho. I edited the correct php.ini as shown on phpinfo itself.
Did you restart the php service? Or apache, if using it as a module.
I think I fixed mine by setting write permissions to session.save_path directory. Changed a bunch of things at the same time but can't be 100% sure. Thanks for the responses.
I had to restart php5-fpm service too. Didn't know apache2 and php working seperately. Thansk for the help folks. Now i'm stuck at this error
I've tried giving myself write perms and I've restarted and set php sessions save to /tmp but my forums still has the same error upon upgrading any help?
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