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[Resolved] PHP Parse error

  • Hey… I’m now getting an odd error during the full backup. Below is an excerpt from the log:

    [24-Mar-2013 03:00:20] 1. Trying to make a list of folders to back up …
    [24-Mar-2013 03:00:50] 3397 folders to back up.
    [24-Mar-2013 02:00:50 America/Chicago] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/c4atl/public_html/wp-content/uploads/backwpup-d410e-temp/backwpup-0cd149-folders.php on line 185
    [24-Mar-2013 03:00:50] ERROR: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING
    [24-Mar-2013 03:00:50] Script stopped! Will start again.
    [24-Mar-2013 02:00:51 America/Chicago] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/c4atl/public_html/wp-content/uploads/backwpup-d410e-temp/backwpup-0cd149-folders.php on line 185
    [24-Mar-2013 03:00:51] ERROR: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING

    The archive format I’m using is Tar GZip. Any ideas what might be happening?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/backwpup/

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  • This is still happening. Any ideas what might be happening?

    Plugin Author Daniel Hüsken

    @danielhuesken

    Improved in next update.

    did you have filenames with a ‘ in it?

    Thanks, Daniel!

    It took me a little while to find it before I discovered:

    find -name "*'*"

    which sped up my search 🙂

    I found one file that has multiple apostrophes in the name. Bad news is that it was generated by my caching plugin, so I wouldn’t be comfortable deleting it. I’ll be on the lookout for the next update. Thanks again!

    Plugin Author Daniel Hüsken

    @danielhuesken

    I have fixed the problem. comes with next update.

    I think it is better to exclude cache files from backup.

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