I was moved by my host to an isolated server because they keep telling me that when anyone loads the wp-admin/ppost-new.php that it’s crashing the server.
So they moved me to an isolated spot to try and prove this.
Once moved, only WordPress installations on the innermost subdirectory will work.
any instal attempting to coexist with a sub installation get’s this error:
Warning: require(/home/imperial/public_html/imperialdub/wp-content/advanced-cache.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/imperial/public_html/imperialdub/wp-settings.php on line 84 Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/home/imperial/public_html/imperialdub/wp-content/advanced-cache.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/imperial/public_html/imperialdub/wp-settings.php on line 84
I realize this says that there’s trouble locating the advanced-cache.php alias which the new version of wordpress creates.
the problem was really that I couldn’t get to the backend of the main wordpress installations to even look at it.
domain/wp-admin simply reports the same error. every page shows the same error.
So I removed one main install. Dropped the database tables, reomved all the wordpress files, and simply put up an index.html
still, nothing from the root directory loads. only the error reports.
I see this error posted throughout the support section, sometimes repointing to the absolute path works to ficx it (not for me) and sometimes deactivating plugins fixed it (nothing activated here)
What is this?
My host is not being helpful at all, even though they appear to have caused this (everything was just fine before)
And there’s no solution posted here.
I’ve got a lot of wordpress within wordpress installations, and they are all broken right now.
kind of in a panic.
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