My hosting service (www.vizaweb.com) is having a bunch of problems which make parts of my site unavailable at the moment. My WordPress blog works, but it generates lots of errors like this one:
WordPress database error: [Got error 12 from storage engine]
SELECT DISTINCT post_id, cat_ID FROM wp_categories, wp_post2cat WHERE category_id = cat_ID AND post_id IN (1522)
Until vizaweb gets things working again, is there a way I can hide these messages? I’m still able to create new entries on the blog.
1. I’d try to find a decent host – an error like that should be fixed in minutes after they know about it.
2. I wouldn’t do anything on the blog until it’s fixed.
3. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to hide those messages.
Yes, I think finding a new host is a good idea, but I think the one I have is having bigger issues right now than fixing my database problems — I think they got hacked this week and their own site is down. I’m hoping they will resolve that soon. If not, I’ll go someplace else.
I found the answer to my question if anyone else runs into this. Here is one way to hide the error messages. I am using this temporarily while I wait for my host to repair themselves:
I use the following code in my .htaccess file to suppress the error messages and log those errors to the server log instead:
php_flag log_errors on
php_flag display_errors off
The only downside is that the visitor will get a blank white page if there is a fatal error. I believe your host does need to allow .htaccess settings to over-ride the php.ini values for this to work, you can also add add/change similar values in the ini file to achieve the same results.
Actually that didn’t work. For a moment, I had no error messages but they re-appeared right away.
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