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  • After upgrading to WordPress 3.0.1 from WordPress 2.9.2, I began receiving server 500 errors whenever I tried to edit/create posts and pages. After working through my list of plugins (disabling all and reactivating 1 by 1) I determined the issue was with the All in One SEO Pack.

    I was running an old version, so I upgraded the plugin via FTP and, unfortunately, I’m still having the issue.

    This might be a consequence of running PHP4 on the server rather than PHP5, but the plugin doesn’t state that as a requirement … so I’m not sure what the issue is.

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  • Plugin Author Michael Torbert


    WordPress Virtuoso

    Hi Eric,

    AIOSEOP does not require PHP5, though I still recommend upgrading.
    There are no other reports of AIOSEOP causing server 500 errors, so offhand I would say that there is a conflict with another plugin or theme producing this.

    What theme are you using and what are your other active plugins?

    My guess is that this could be an isolated incident with this particular server because I haven’t run into this problem anywhere else. For reference, I tested everything on a stock installation of TwentyTen and disabled all plug-ins but AIOSEOP after I identified it as the one that was breaking … the server 500 errors remained.

    Plugin Author Michael Torbert


    WordPress Virtuoso

    I would say you’re correct, that there’s a server issue somewhere. What hosting are you using?

    This particular site is on a shared host at 1and1. But I think the client has added some additional server tools (the tools are incompatible with PHP5 and the sole reason I can’t upgrade the server) … I’m thinking those might be the culprits. Let me check on which tools/extensions they are and get back to you.

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