WordPress.org

Ready to get started?Download WordPress

Forums

Network admin multiple problems (3 posts)

  1. DavyB
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I'm running 2 networks of sites and experincing 2 problems which may or may not be related

    (1) on both networks the network update fails catastrophically on the first site the Update Network attempts with the error message

    "Warning! Problem updating http://firstsite.example.org. Your server may not be able to connect to sites running on it. Error message: couldn't connect to host"

    - the hosting provider offers BuddyPress (I have no interest in running that) as one of their one click installs - so the hosting setup is capable of running multisite.
    I believe any updates required run automatically when you visit the dashboard of each site - there are less than 6 at present each in both networks, so that is not too painful.

    Every thing else seems to be running OK except for the problem below.

    (2) on one network the number of sites and users are both zero on the '~/wp-admin/network/index.php'
    - this I guess is just a missing database table - if so, which ?

  2. the hosting provider offers BuddyPress (I have no interest in running that) as one of their one click installs - so the hosting setup is capable of running multisite.

    BuddyPress does not require multisite and has not since 1.2.

    Go visit the site it stops at. Can you visit it?

    the hosting provider offers BuddyPress (I have no interest in running that) as one of their one click installs - so the hosting setup is capable of running multisite.

    yep, just hit the admin area of each..

    (2) on one network the number of sites and users are both zero on the '~/wp-admin/network/index.php'
    - this I guess is just a missing database table - if so, which ?

    So do you not have any extra sites or users on that network?

  3. DavyB
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    on both networks registration is disabled, i.e. I setup the users rather than them being able to do it themselves, and only allow certain users to the subdomains.

    I can visit all sites on both networks, some of the subdomains require users to be logged in to see the content, others only for selected content.

    first network it tells me I have 4 sites and 14 users.
    second network tells me I have 0 sites and 0 users when I actually have 5 sites and 17 users.

Topic Closed

This topic has been closed to new replies.

About this Topic