July 22, 2022 in Technical Problems
I stupidly switch the task execution from cron to execute with traffic, i got the big red warning that i discarded.
Now everytime i'm trying to load the forum, the system is going to execute the backlog task (huge i guess) and i got a 504 error with a timeout.
Is there a way to manually execute the backlog task via SSH or restore the parameter to cron in the database?
There is no way in which to do it manually. You would need to log into your admin CP to switch to cron. Running of tasks shouldnt cause any issues on the admin CP side of things
Thanks for the answer... I've got access back to the admin CP, started the upgrade but i'm running to 504 Gateway Time-out (the system is blocking the access to admin CP)
Any CLI command to execute to perform the upgrade?
You may wish to log into the Client Area and download a full set of files then extract these to your local computer. Once done, upload the content of the "ips_***" folder to your server, overwriting what is there. When all files successfully upload, please go to /admin/upgrade .
If you're still getting a 504 error, you will need to work with your hosting provider to resolve the 504. I'm afraid, there is no CLI.
Thanks Jim for your answer, i'm hosting this forum on a dedicated server (and IPB customer) since 2004 without any issues (even if updates are not easy)
That's the first time i'm running since 1 day error 504... I've modified the php memory limit to 1024MB, max_execution_time to 90sec but that's way too much compare to what it was... (512, 30sec)
Seems like the systems goes in a strange mode., CPU, RAM are totally free
I've modified max execution time to a really big value, i was able to access the parameter and put it back, i was able to update the forum 🙂
Glad to hear you were able to complete the upgrade 🙂 .
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