Support » Plugin: Login Security Solution » wp-login.php gives error after mistyped/bad login

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    That error happens when something (another plugin) is trying to access the database to generate the login page’s footer.

    Which version of my plugin are you using?

    What other plugins are you using?

    Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    Almasig:

    I’d love to help here, but need your help.

    –Dan

    Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    No reply. Oh well…

    Hi!

    Sry I was fulll with work and forget to reply.

    I use the latest version of your plugin and a lot of others for ex. WPML

    Thanks for the help

    Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    Hi:

    Can you please edit wp-includes/wp-db.php, go to the query() method, and right above the mysql_query() call add the following snippet. Adjust the resulting file name to be whatever you want (I set it to /tmp/lss.log).


    if (!$this->dbh) {
    file_put_contents('/tmp/lss.log',
    var_export(debug_backtrace(DEBUG_BACKTRACE_IGNORE_ARGS), true));
    }

    Then make a login attempt to your site using a bad user name and password. Send me the results at danielc@analysisandsolutions.com.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Daniel Convissor

    (@convissor)

    Version 0.37.0, released a moment ago, should fix this problem.

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