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2.0 > 2.2, fatal error for upgrade.php (6 posts)

  1. ntresour
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I'm in the process of upgrading from 2.0.2 to 2.2.3. Everything is uploaded and appears to be correct, but, following the upgrade instructions, when I try to access /wp-admin/upgrade.php in the browser, I get this error message:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: wp_cache_init() in /home/ntresour/public_html/blog/wp-settings.php on line 130


  2. ntresour
    Posted 8 years ago #

    If it's relevant, here's a bit more info. (Tell me what else you need to know.)

    There is no line 130 in the php file!
    And no text "wp_cache_init()"

    So I assume it's not the actual .php file that's the problem.

    Could this be a permissions problem?

    I'm accessing with Firefox on Mac OSX 10.0.10

  3. Chris_K
    Posted 8 years ago #

    You might delete and reload that file -- or that directory.

    Make sure you're using text/ascii mode for .php files if using FTP.

  4. ntresour
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I can try that. The update.php file seems to be OK; it matches the one on my hard drive (I can read it from the server fine).

    Might have to wait until tomorrow to reload the entire directory since I'm on a OW satellite link and the upload process is S L O W since it has to go through phone modem.

  5. ntresour
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I just reloaded both the upgrade.php and the wp-settings files. No change. Same error.

    (The error actually relates to wp-settings file, so I did that one also.)

    I must be missing something? I did follow the expanded upgrade instructions to the letter...

    Any other ideas?

  6. ntresour
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I guess I'm not doing something right here; not giving right or sufficient info or not using correct lingo, etc. since I'm not hearing much help. What does one need to do?

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