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A Strange Problem -- caused a lot large CORE file (5 posts)

  1. offmask
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Just have my blog transfered from one host to another. Copy all the files and database, and all goes well. But I find there are many large files (more than 100M) in the wp-admin, named core.22222 (4 or 5 numbers).

    Aften Google it, I know that core files are created automatically when a process corrupted in *nix. And the files naturally fall in the folder where the problem comes about.

    And then I try every page of administration, found that every time I open index.php, the core file comes. I compare the index.php to other files such as link.php, plugin.php. I delete the lines where require includes/dashboard.php. Refresh the wp-admin/index.php, no core file is generated any more. Changed to the original files requiring includes/dashboard.php, the core files appare again.

    If someone is troubled by the LARGE core files, you just need to delete several lines in wp-admin/index.php, and the world become perfect again.

    The dashboard.php is 30k, so I don't anlyze it. I'm not sure whether it's a BUG or just conflicts with my host setting.

    Hope WP team will make it clear.

    Cheers.

    PS, here is my blog, it works fine now :p http://offmask.com

  2. s_ha_dum
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    WP can't create core files. I think you'll have to solve this in cooperation with your web host.

  3. offmask
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Thanks.

    I see. I just can't be sure what caused the process corrupted...

  4. offmask
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Update:

    Now when I open the edit-comments.php, the core comes again...

    So maybe some query sentence conflict with the setting?

  5. s_ha_dum
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Check your PHP version, your MySql version, and your Apache version. You need PHP 4.3 or better and MySql 4.0 or better. Take a look at your error logs also. If the host meets those requirements the best bet for finding the cause of this is those error logs.

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