I have a similar problem with the update. The website no longer appears, even after switching off the caches. After the rollback the website worked again.
WP version: 4.9
PHP Version: 7.0.25
MySQL Version: 5.6.38
Previous version Plugin Organizer: 9.2.3
What is the error you are getting?
In fact, he did not even have time to see if he had made a error. As the store was with promotions and visits starting in the morning… I tried to reactivate, gave 500 error, I decided to deactivate.
What I saw is that it activates, it immediately has no more access nor to the admin. everything get http 500.
What is the error message that goes with the 500 error? Every 500 error has a message telling you where the error is. You have to look in your server log.
Have you changed the order of the plugins before? The only thing I can think of is that you hadn’t changed the load order before and now you are being forced to have the plugins ordered differently.
It had a 9.3 version in another store. I installed and in Load Order just saved (not change anything). I did the update to 9.3.2 and it worked correctly.
I have never change in this order. Unfortunately I have not reached this level 🙂 I use selective loading and it has given a great result in speed with woocommerce.
Thanks for the tip and congratulations for the plugin.
I’ve released version 9.3.3. It prevents the recreate_plugin_order function from saving the active_plugins array if there are less plugins in it than when it was called. That will prevent it from deactivating plugins if that is what is causing it. I also added a filter call that removes the active_plugins filters before any code from the active plugins is called to prevent them from getting a bad active_plugins array and saving it. Which could also deactivate plugins inadvertently.