Okay managed to get access to the error logs and they say the
"mod_rewrite: maximum number of internal redirects reached. Assuming
configuration error. Use 'RewriteOptions MaxRedirects' to increase the
limit if neccessary."
On Oct 21, 9:42 am, jmdesign <webmas...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks for the replies, I thought it might be a doc route issue, I
> presume the doc route is this section of code:
> define('APP_DIR', 'app');
> define('DS', DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR);
> define('ROOT', dirname(__FILE__));
> define('WEBROOT_DIR', 'webroot');
> define('WWW_ROOT', ROOT . DS . APP_DIR . DS . WEBROOT_DIR . DS);
> Does that look right if the site is in a sub-folder off the route? At
> the moment I can't access any parts of the site (internal server error
> on everything). I'm going to take a closer look around the clients
> control panel and see if he's missed the error logs.
> Thanks for the help so far.
> On Oct 21, 4:52 am, rgreenphotodesign <rgr...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Could be a mod_rewrite issue or a doc root issue, check to make sure
> > the doc root is set to /path/to/yoursite/app/webroot/. A new server
> > will mean new database credentials as well, so make sure they've been
> > updated.
> > On Oct 20, 6:01 pm, cricket <zijn.digi...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 11:33 AM, jmdesign
> > > <webmas...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > > Hi All,
> > > > I'm having a problem with a Cake PHP site that I was hoping somebody
> > > > could help me with. I'm a front-end coder so don't normally get
> > > > involved with any nasty development work but a client has asked me to
> > > > look at something for them for a favour. I've taken a look but it's
> > > > way over my head and he's fallen out with the developer who originally
> > > > built it.
> > > > It's a Cake PHP site which he's recently moved from one server to
> > > > another, it was working fine on the old server but now all he's
> > > > getting are Internal Server Error messages (he doesn't have an error
> > > > log to check). The only thing I can think of is that it's something to
> > > > do with the folder structure on the new hosting account. On the old
> > > > one everything was located in the "public_html" folder whereas his new
> > > > setup is located in a sub-folder "london" (although the URL for the
> > > > site is stillwww.websitename.com).
> > > > Does this sound like it could be the cause of his problems or am I
> > > > barking up the wrong tree?!
> > > Maybe. What's the context of the errors? Can you get anything at all to
> > > display?
> > > If he doesn't have access to the logs this must be a shared hosting
> > > account. Does he at least have Plesk or something similar? They
> > > usually provide some sort of log viewer. If not, have him contact the
> > > provider. If they won't allow him to see the logs they should be
> > > responsible for findingout what they say.
> > > Better yet, find a better provider.
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