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[resolved] Error_log (5 posts)

  1. tayloroliphant
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Hello,

    Wonderful plugin. Everything seems to have worked great "out of the box" except a few things that I think can be overcome. There were some markup issues with the revision/discussion pages but I didn't need those pages for my purposes so I just commented out the links. Here's the only one real issue I'm having--over the course of a week my error_log filled up with 500mbs of the following on repeat:

    "WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite, WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite, WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite, WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite, WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite, WP_Rewrite->flush_rules, WP_Rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules, get_option, apply_filters('option_rewrite_rules'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->check_rewrite_rules, Wiki->flush_rewrite,"

    How do I make that stop? :)

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-wiki-plugin/

  2. David
    WPMU DEV Support Staff
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Hi @tayloroliphant,

    I hope you're doing great today! :)

    So, those are showing in your error logs?

    Could I ask if it would be possible to clear that log, deactivate other plugins and see if they still show?

    Just wondering if it's due to another plugin flushing the rules and such.

    Thanks,
    David

  3. tayloroliphant
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Good call. I restored my public_html/mysql from a backup. I had some troubled plugins installed earlier which I removed but they left some unfortunate residue that was apparently still running. When I restored my site I generated a few new errors in the log relating to a plugin which I haven't had installed in a while, and then 1 wiki error similar to the one I pasted above. Everything seems fine though, I've run through the basic processes of using the wiki and I've served 100's of pages with no more errors.

    Looks resolved enough. Thanks!

  4. tayloroliphant
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    I was reading my error log and I figured I'd post the 1 error I received since I did a restore. It wont repeat, but since I don't know what it means, why not post it.

    [16-Jan-2014 14:46:02 UTC] WordPress database error Multiple primary key defined for query ALTER TABLE wp_wiki_subscriptions ADD PRIMARY KEY (ID) made by activate_plugin, do_action('activate_wordpress-wiki-plugin/wordpress-wiki-plugin.php'), call_user_func_array, Wiki->install, dbDelta

  5. David
    WPMU DEV Support Staff
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Hi @tayloroliphant,

    I'm honestly not sure what that's due to. Only other occurrence I can find of a similar error is here:
    http://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/wiki-crashes-site-after-install

    That was regarding low memory on the server in question. Just a wild guess but would your server happen to be slightly low on memory?

    Cheers,
    David

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