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#1 2022-10-18 09:58:44

helsinkifrostbites
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From: Ystad, Sweden
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Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

So my hosting provider just updated to PHP 8.0, and apparently not all my plugins are up to spec, as now I get this:

Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Class “soo_html_table_component” not found in myserverpath/textpattern/plugins/soo_txp_obj/soo_txp_obj.php:1394 Stack trace: #0 myserverpath/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(1153): include_once() #1 myserverpath/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(1175): load_plugin(‘soo_txp_obj’) #2 myserverpath/textpattern/plugins/soo_image/soo_image.php(3): require_plugin(‘soo_txp_obj’) #3 myserverpath/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(1479): include(‘/customers/4/e/…’) #4 myserverpath/textpattern/index.php(210): load_plugins(1) #5 {main} thrown in myserverpath/textpattern/plugins/soo_txp_obj/soo_txp_obj.php on line 1394

That’s all I get, even on the textpattern login page, so I’m kind of locked out of my site.

Would it work to go to the /plugins/ folder and just temporarily remove the soo_txp_obj plugin there, so I can at least get in?

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#2 2022-10-18 11:28:01

phiw13
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

Can you access the database directly? With Adminer or similar, you host probably offers some UI. Find the txp_plugin table, there you can toggle the status of this or that or all plugins (0 is OFF, 1 is ON).

Good luck.


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#3 2022-10-18 12:25:00

Dragondz
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

Hi

In lot of hosting prividers you can choose php version, you should stay on php 7.4

Cheers.

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#4 2022-10-18 12:25:17

uli
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

helsinkifrostbites, you might want to report that in the plugin’s own topic, too, Jeff fixed his plugins after noticing issues, AFAIR.


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#5 2022-10-18 19:15:31

etc
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

helsinkifrostbites wrote #333975:

Would it work to go to the /plugins/ folder and just temporarily remove the soo_txp_obj plugin there, so I can at least get in?

Probably not, txp will write it back to the plugins folder from the db.

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#6 2022-10-19 06:14:11

helsinkifrostbites
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From: Ystad, Sweden
Registered: 2007-11-16
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

Right, well this helps a lot. Thanks phiw13! I can access the database, didn’t think of that.

Dragondz: I’m afraid my host has just stopped allowing previous PHP versions, for “security reasons”.

uli: good point, I’ll post there as well.

Thanks for the help!

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#7 2022-10-19 12:06:20

Dragondz
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Re: Fatal error; site inaccessible – can I deactivate a plugin manually?

helsinkifrostbites wrote #333988:

Dragondz: I’m afraid my host has just stopped allowing previous PHP versions, for “security reasons”.

Some hostings are really strange, in lot of hostings you can still use 5.6, those versions are not maintained but saying that they are risky it s a little bit overkill.

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