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Random, Transient 404s in wp-admin (5 posts)

  1. Waldo Jaquith
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    What conditions will trigger WordPress to display a 404 page other than a given URL not existing?

    I have over a dozen WordPress installs, and some of them are on DreamHost (which is starting to seem like a mistake). The ones on DreamHost—and only the ones on DreamHost—exhibit an occasional bug that I cannot understand. When using the various functions of wp-admin, such as browsing past posts, editing a comment, etc., I will periodically receive a WordPress 404 error. This is while viewing totally mundane URLs -- /wp-admin/post-new.php, for instance. A reload of the page just about always resolves the problem, although sometimes a series of reloads are required to get the page to appear.

    I've tried to determine what conditions will trigger WordPress to display a 404, but I've had no luck sussing out where to find that within the code.

    My guess is that this is because of DreamHost's chronically overloaded servers. Perhaps it's killing off a MySQL query in progress, which causes WordPress to receive a false response as the query result, which simply displays a 404 for lack of any better response?

    I'd love to hear either a) where to find WordPress' 404 triggers or b) what's causing this, should somebody know.

  2. tigertiger
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm getting a lot of 404 errors in the admin section.
    Users : add-new.php
    Tools : Tools
    optimize-db (the plugin)
    etc.

    The refresh isn't helping me unfortunately.
    I'm on A Small Orange though, not DreamHost.
    I'm on PHP5 and WP 2.7.1

  3. Piet
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hi Waldo,
    I am experiencing the exact same as you, however even after reloads of the same page, cannot get past the 404.

    Did you ever find an answer to this problem?

    Piet

  4. amskape
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hello Sir,

    I Install WordPress MU as You Directed Here. Installation is Success,
    But When I create a user Blog eg: it's name is firstone then the
    url is : http://localhost.localdomain/wpmu/firstone/ But when I visit this page I got a 404 page Not Found Error. How it can Avoid? As an Experience I copy all files in /wpmu installation Folder to this /wpmu/firstone folder. Then I got the page, but When I click some
    links like Comment , I got another page Not Found 404 Error.

    Sir , please Give a Work arounf for it .... I know Copy the Content to
    new folder is not a Solution..... I am working in Red Hat Linux Fedora
    Core 8 PC .... ok I am waiting your Reply... Kindly give a Solution as Early as Possible.....
    You can contact me : anes.pa@amskape.com

    With Great Regards
    Anes P.A

  5. sabross
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I'm experiencing the same thing, random errors in the admin of wordpress installed in dreamhost

    any solutions???

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