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  • Hello.

    I am doing a migration from a “cloud server” to another. After that I begun having trouble accessing the default post type (Post): an “Invalid post type” message was shown.

    Besides that, some plugin configuration pages returned the “You have no permissions” message, even though I am admin.

    I have done it all to try to fix it, turning of plugins, themes, checking the database for inconsistencies, etc. Finally I discovered that the server was not returning the full path for the $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] server variable.

    So it seems there are some permission checking using PHP_SELF and some regex that fail since there is no full path with a wp-admin on it, for instance wp-includes/vars.php:26. I believe this “faulty” PHP_SELF is the problem.

    I have never seen this behaviour neither could I find anything about it. The PHP manual says these server vars depend on the server, but I could not find anyone havind the same problem.

    I am in contact with the hosting company to see if it gets fixed, but I wonder if is there anything I can do.

    Or maybe I am completely mistaken and this PHP_SELF inconsistency has nothing to do with the permission and post type issues.

    Any lights?

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by Steven Stern (sterndata). Reason: moved from "developing" to "fixing"
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