We have just moved server, to a dedicated server. The database transfer seemed to work well, but unfortunately the blog part of our site is creating problems, with Gengo I think.
To test, I just created a parallel install of a new wp blog, which works until I enable Gengo, upon which I get error 500 – internal server error.
removing the gengo plugins folder, all is OK again.
We are on IIS7 on a windows host.
So far as I can see, all necessary permissions are OK, Internet user can create and upload graphics, etc, this all works OK.
It occurs to me though that the php.ini may need a tweak? Or some other setting? Gengo worked well for us with exactly the same wordpress install, on our previous host, also under windows.
The only extensions I have enabled are the gd2 and mysql dlls.
In MySQL, the bloguser has all permissions apart from DROP, LOCK_TABLES, CREATE_ROUTINE, ALTER_ROUTINE, and EXECUTE. Does it need these?
Many thanks for any ideas.
Further to the above, I just went to change theme from the default, and the same “internal server error” – so its not just gengo.
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