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  • DanGarion
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    Well the import all finished but I'm still getting the error when going to upgrade2.php about line 266 in sessions.php

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  • Martin
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    Try it that way. It can't hurt. I would let 1&1 know of your problem, too. It's got to be something on their MySQL config, and I know they want to promote themselves as a vBulletin host, so they should probably fix it.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You can try that. I am not sure why one XML import would fail and the other wouldn't unless PHP is timing out for some reason.

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  • DanGarion
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke
    The schema for all the tables are in install/mysql_schema.php.
    Yeah I took care of that but it still didn't work.

    So I redid the old DB and I'm doing the upgrade but it's still just stopping at Step 28.

    I went ahead and reverted all my templates to their original forms before I upgraded to see if that might be causing a hang up.

    Basically all I get is this...

    vBulletin 3.0 Upgrade System
    (Please be patient as some parts may take some time)


    Step 28) Import vbulletin-language.xml (Step 28 of 42) XML File Versions:

    vbulletin-style.xml
    vbulletin-settings.xml
    vbulletin-language.xml

    3.0.0
    3.0.0
    3.0.0
    Step 28) Import vbulletin-language.xml

    MASTER LANGUAGE

    Please Wait

    And it just sits there. If I was to do the import of vbulletin-language.xml in the tools.php file in extras and then go to step 29 would that work? Because that one works...

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The schema for all the tables are in install/mysql_schema.php.

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  • DanGarion
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    I'm using 1and1 hosting MySQL 4.0.17

    I installed the tools in the extras folder and it appears to have imported what step 28 should have done originally. But then I was being stupid before that an I dropped the whole sessions table and I'm looking around for a the sql queries to put back in the DB and see if I can get this going.

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  • Martin
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    Step 28 is the language import. You cannot run your vbulletin without completing this step.

    In installations and upgrades I have sometimes run into problems here because of OLD MySQL versions, particularly on Yahoo! Hosting. They run MySQL 3.23.49, which is ancient and buggy as all get out.

    Who is your hosting company? Do you know what MySQL version you are running?

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  • DanGarion
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    Yeah I know I can't skip them. But my problem with step 28 is that it would just sit there.

    I let it sit for nearly 30 minutes every other process went by flawlessly and quickly but 28 just sat there saying.

    "Please wait"

    I have no problem redoing it with a backup I just though I might try skipping first. Any suggestions with step 28?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You cannot skip steps in the installation. You will have to revert to your database backup and start over...

    What was the issue with step 28?

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  • DanGarion
    started a topic Upgrade from 2.3.2 to 3.0.0

    Upgrade from 2.3.2 to 3.0.0

    First my upgrade hung at step 28. I skipped to step 29 and things worked fine the rest of the upgrade till it wanted to proceed to Upgrade2.php and now I get this error.

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /homepages/26/d93153274/htdocs/300/includes/sessions.php on line 266


    Unable to add cookies, header already sent.
    File: N/A
    Line: 0





    So any help would be appreciated. Could this be because of Mods I have installed?
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