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    I'm currently working on migrating a site ( from VB3 to VB 5.1.0. To do this, the new site was set up on an alternative domain ( I initially installed VB3 and used IMPEX to transfer the contents of the database between servers before performing an upgrade to 5.1.0 - (yes, I know it's not the latest, but it's the install I've had to hand since we started playing about a few months ago and when I tried doing a further upgrade to 5.1.3 it froze).

    The new site seems to work fine, but when building/testing the site I did have some issues with the admincp. When making any chances to the Site Name / URL / Contact Details section I click Save but it seems the settings are not stored. I'm particularly concerned as the final step of the migration will be to re-assign the domain name to the hosting, replacing (the hosting firm only let you use one domain name). I've also tried changing the contact email address, and again this doesn't save.

    Any advice on why the settings aren't saving please? Everything else I've touched in the admincp seems to work.
    1. vBulletin Version
    2. PHP Version
    3. MySQL Version
    4. Any Addons installed
    5. Does the issue occur in a default style?
      Yes - though updates have been made to the background and header graphics
    6. Does the issue occur using the English language provided?
    7. Error message on the screen'
    8. Browser and Browser version used.
      Chrome 37.0.2062.124 m
      Firefox 24.8.1 (corporate edition)
    9. A list of steps that can be used to recreate the issue
      Login to AdminCP - attempt to change settings in Site Name / URL / Contact Details section

  • #2
    Does the server have Suhosin or mod_security installed?

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    • #3
      Unsure offhand, I'm afraid. Verifying with the host.


      • #4
        Host has confirmed neither are installed.
        PHP info for the server:


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