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Apache 2.2.9 to Apache 2.4.7

Apache 2.2.9 to Apache 2.4.7

Thursday 25 September 2014 12:47:21 pm - 9 replies

We are currently moving eZ 4.5 from to a new web server, and eZ publish does not operate as normal. It seems to be an issue with the rewriteengine.

Is there any known issues between these two versions? ...or versions in between?

Thursday 25 September 2014 1:21:19 pm

Hello Atle,

Sorry I do not have a comparison between the two apache versions offhand.

You should compare your current mod_rewrite rules and the current rules provide by eZ

https://github.com/ezsystems/ezpublish-legacy/blob/master/doc/examples/ezpublish.conf

https://github.com/ezsystems/ezpublish-legacy/blob/master/.htaccess_root

If you don't see a difference try posting a gist here in the forums with your mod_rewrite rules so we can help inspect them for more specific issues.

I hope this helps!

Cheers,
Heath 

Thursday 25 September 2014 2:13:18 pm

Hi Atle - I recently did an upgrade from 2.2 to 2.4 - I don't remember any specific problems with rewrite rules, but for me there were significant changes in the apache configuration files, so you might want to make sure all your includes are being picked up.

Another thing is, did you upgrade php too?  If you are on 5.4 and your running an older version of legacy, php might be what's creating a problem.

Thursday 25 September 2014 4:26:56 pm

Quote from Steven E Bailey :

Another thing is, did you upgrade php too?  If you are on 5.4 and your running an older version of legacy, php might be what's creating a problem.

Hi Steven.

 

Yes, the PHP-version on the new server is 5.5.9, on the old server it's 5.2.6. I have'nt digged into this but I guess the problem might be there...

We want to upgrade the eZ version (4.5) to todays standard. I guess the only way is to upgrade as far as we can on the old server, and then continue upgrading on the new server until we reach "nirvana".

Thursday 25 September 2014 7:49:58 pm

Hello,

There is no technical reason why you could not do all the upgrades on the new server btw.

Just thought I'd mention this.

Cheers,
Heath

Modified on Friday 26 September 2014 2:59:12 am by // Heath

Friday 26 September 2014 7:42:25 am

Quote from // Heath :

Hello,

There is no technical reason why you could not do all the upgrades on the new server btw.

Just thought I'd mention this.

Cheers,
Heath

Hello there Heath.

Even though the PHP version is 5.2.6?

Rgds,

Atle

Friday 26 September 2014 10:36:21 am

Hello Atle,

I you'll want to re-read my last message. I was saying "upgrades on the new server", meaning you could do all the upgrades on the new PHP 5.5.9 server NOT the old PHP 5.2.6 server.

You prolly could not do the upgrades (all the way to the latest version) on the old PHP 5.2.6 server as there would be php errors at runtime and prolly with the upgrade cli scripts.

Sorry for any confusion on my part. I still recommend doing all the upgrades on the new PHP 5.5.9 server.

Cheers,
Heath 

Friday 26 September 2014 10:43:48 am

Quote from // Heath :

Hello Atle,

I you'll want to re-read my last message. I was saying "upgrades on the new server", meaning you could do all the upgrades on the new PHP 5.5.9 server NOT the old PHP 5.2.6 server.

 

No confusin (now), it's me who did'nt read you post properly, I can see it now happy.gif Emoticon

I'll give it at try and see where I end up.

Rgds,

Atle

Friday 26 September 2014 10:41:05 pm

Take a look at https://github.com/leidentech/ez-shell-tools/blob/master/convertscript.sh this might help you.

Wednesday 01 October 2014 5:00:22 am

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