I’ve been trying to dig up every possible resource to fix my issue, but in the end I need to make my own thread.
Apache version, 2.2.23 PHP version, 5.4.10 MySQL version, 5.1.66-cll Architecture, x86_64 Operating system, linux
All is well when I don’t use the zip extension, and when I do everything goes well according to the WP to Dropbox log, there’s one error log in PHP, but there’s no zip backup to speak of on the server or dropbox.
07:11:21: Uploading /x/x/public_html/wp-content/backups/wpb2d-backup-log.txt. 07:11:21: A total of 25MB of memory was used to complete this backup. 07:11:21: Backup complete. 07:11:21: Backup status email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. 07:11:20: Deleting old zip archive x.com-backup-2013-01-21.zip 07:10:53: Uploading /x/x/public_html/wp-content/backups/x.com-backup-2013-01-21.zip in chunks. 07:10:53: A total of 3233 files were processed. 07:10:51: Approximately 76% complete. 07:10:45: Backing up WordPress path at (/x/x/public_html/). 07:10:45: Creating zip archive. 07:10:45: Creating SQL backup of your WordPress plugins. 07:10:45: Creating SQL backup of your WordPress core. 07:10:29: Backup started on Monday January 21, 2013.
PHP Error Log
PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method WP_Backup_Config::get_log() in /x/x/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-backup-to-dropbox/Extensions/class-email-notifications.php on line 66
I have a virtual private server and have been trying a few different php compilings.
memory_limit: 128MB max_execution_time: 30 max_input_time: 60 zlib.output_compression: on zlib.output_handler: default
When using the zip extension, the only file that actually gets somewhere is “wpb2d-backup-log.txt” located on the server: wp-content/backups
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