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What is the 500 internal server error
Everyone can read, but only WPML clients can post here. WPML team is replying on the forum 6 days per week, 22 hours per day. Tagged: Install and update. Last updated by George Botsev 2 years ago. Assigned support staff: Bobby. When trying to upgrade wordpress and plugins multisite at ".. The Error Log shows the following:. Languages: English English. The Documentation i attached for you goes over details the requirements. I switched to PHP7 today and now the following error occurs when trying to update the plugins through multisite network at "..
How to resolve 500 internal server error
Keywords: WordPress Multisite - AWS - Technical issue - Other bnsupport ID: bfcea8d-6bb1-ee3 Description: Hi, my main and subsites were working fine with the exception of a login cookie error on my subsites. I then installed Wordpress MU Domain Mapping Plugin to try fix the error without realising its functionality was included in the newer versions of wordpress multisite. After the install my site immediately broke and was giving HTTP errors on all previously working domains. I have tried disabling all plugins, re writing the htaccess file and renaming the sunrise. I see that Apache error log complains about some permissions errors. Can you try recover the original file permissions by executing these commands? You must enable cookies to use WordPress. Are you accessing using a domain name or an IP? This page from our documentation might be useful. This topic was automatically closed 14 days after the last reply.
Internal server errors in WordPress are the worst aka. They provide no real information about the problem and are rarely actual server errors ie: usually your server is working fine. The web definitions of the internal server error are rather unclear. Whenever WordPress throws you a white screen of death or a server error, I recommend turning your debugging on. Either way, at the end of the day, you should have a line that looks like this:. Once saved, reload your site to see if anything has changed. If this is the case, take a look at where the error is located. If it is within a plugin folder, disable that plugin, the error should go away.