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  • #31
    You would turn off Display Errors in the php.ini file. This is the recommended state for production servers. The PHP Manual is the best source of information on configuring PHP. https://www.php.net/manual/en/errorf...display-errors. I've added a temporary line to your config.php to remove them. The issue is in your navigation tabs.

    I also think one of your md5_sums_***.php files is broken because the results aren't useful. One of your addons is interfering. Their corresponding md5_sums file will be loaded even in they are disabled.

    The problem with converting to vBulletin 5.X is that you will need to convert the database to UTF-8, which vBulletin 4.X doesn't support. We have scripts for this purpose now so you can convert the database after upgrading. It isn't something that should be undertaken lightly. You can't have the random files everywhere with vBulletin 5 as you do in vBulletin 4. It can lead to errors. For your site, upgrading will be a major undertaking.
    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Fri 22nd May '20, 9:18am.
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    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
      You would turn off Display Errors in the php.ini file. This is the recommended state for production servers. The PHP Manual is the best source of information on configuring PHP. https://www.php.net/manual/en/errorf...display-errors. I've added a temporary line to your config.php to remove them. The issue is in your navigation tabs.

      I also think one of your md5_sums_***.php files is broken because the results aren't useful. One of your addons is interfering. Their corresponding md5_sums file will be loaded even in they are disabled.

      The problem with converting to vBulletin 5.X is that you will need to convert the database to UTF-8, which vBulletin 4.X doesn't support. We have scripts for this purpose now so you can convert the database after upgrading. It isn't something that should be undertaken lightly. You can't have the random files everywhere with vBulletin 5 as you do in vBulletin 4. It can lead to errors. For your site, upgrading will be a major undertaking.

      I see the forum is working good now ,
      really I highly appreciate your support!
      "I also think one of your md5_sums_***.php files is broken because the results aren't useful. One of your addons is interfering. Their corresponding md5_sums file will be loaded even in they are disabled."
      Truely i dont understand this , as Im a medical doctor , not IT professional.

      turn off Display Errors in the php.ini file.= where the location of this file?

      If you can extend any further advice , i will be very garteful.

      Thank you again

      Last edited by helal_ph; Fri 22nd May '20, 12:03pm.

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      • #33
        Addons come with a number of files. One of these files actually tells vBulletin what files belong to it. It will be named md5_sums_XXXXXX.php. XXXXX is usually the Addon name. There is one for vBulletin as well, md5_sums_vbulletin.php. These files tell vBulletin if the files have been altered and help provide security.

        I don't know where your php.ini file is located. Talk to your hosting provider about changing it to turn display_errors off. They need to handle server configuration, which this falls under.
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        Wayne Luke
        The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
        vBulletin 5 API - Full / Mobile
        Vote for your favorite feature requests and the bugs you want to see fixed.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
          Addons come with a number of files. One of these files actually tells vBulletin what files belong to it. It will be named md5_sums_XXXXXX.php. XXXXX is usually the Addon name. There is one for vBulletin as well, md5_sums_vbulletin.php. These files tell vBulletin if the files have been altered and help provide security.

          I don't know where your php.ini file is located. Talk to your hosting provider about changing it to turn display_errors off. They need to handle server configuration, which this falls under.
          First of all I highly appreciate your time and support. But i feel it is not fair , to use your time whithout financila compensation.

          After being working pretty good for a while; the site now is not working again, it looks like before or even worse.
          I retrned redirect .htacces file.

          if the problem was due to addons, this means uninstalling them can help?
          but if it is from the vbulletin, then no way to have a solution, since it is no longer upgraded or updated.

          I took a lot of your time; now I need your honest oppinion please:
          Is there is way to fix it and save its 15000 mebers, 12.000 threads , Elexa rank of 120.000 and 3000 to 4000 visitors/day;
          Or better give up and delete the forum.

          Your opinion will be highly appreciated

          Thank you again

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