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Cannot Redeclare Wfprofilein Previously
In the home stretch, the very last transition (1.21 -> 1.22) failed: PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wfProfileIn() (previously declared in /mnt/sdb1/archive/wiki/includes/profiler/Profiler.php:33) in /mnt/sdb1/archive/wiki/includes/ProfilerStub.php on line 25 Apparently, this problem arises A good strategy is to disable your extensions one by one (or groups at a time if you have a lot) to locate the source of the problem. And was told to follow these instructions: http://wiki.dreamhost.com/MediaWiki/Upgrading and when I did the command: usr/local/php54/bin/php update.php --quick I get this error: Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wfProfileIn() (previously declared in /home/arhat/jobutsu.com/b/includes/profiler/Profiler.php:33) in so i deleted all files und uploaded the new files separatly. check over here
That is to unpack a tar image over the working directory. Darlington wrote: > In defense of the existing instructions, there's this: > > https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Upgrading#Can_my_wiki_stay_online_while_it_is_upgrading.3F > Point taken. Reply 15:05, 26 March 2012 4 years ago Permalink Hide Reply to "Upgrading Issues 1.12 --> 1.18" Retrieved from "https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Topic:Qi5ok8tdrj717mpo" Navigation menu Personal tools EnglishNot logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces Topic I still find it scary how often it works.
I also learned of a small number of code changes that caused the problem to go away, thus kicking the can down the road once more. Reply Link Dragonius September 19, 2012, 8:40 amWell Here should be most of solutions to fix mediawiki. But I follow the instructions below........
Mark. _______________________________________________ MediaWiki-l mailing list MediaWiki-l [at] lists https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-l jeff at gpf-comics Dec1,2011,5:10PM Post #14 of 17 (6726 views) Permalink Re: Upgrade to 1.18 [In reply to] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 StartProfiler.sample was updated, but StartProfiler.php couldn't be updated because it doesn't exist in the distribution. Happy to change. Threaded Mode | Linear Mode Broken Wiki after PHP upgrade... 06-22-2014, 08:50 AM Post: #1 Brianfey Dreamling Posts: 5 Joined: Apr 2009 Broken Wiki after PHP upgrade...
Then a new problem showed up last week. We shall see.... But at least I got it done. http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/profiler-php-fatal-error-cannot-redeclare-wfprofilein/ Gordo -- Gordon Joly gordon.joly [at] pobox http://www.joly.org.uk/ Don't Leave Space To The Professionals! _______________________________________________ MediaWiki-l mailing list MediaWiki-l [at] lists https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-l jeff at gpf-comics Nov29,2011,9:11AM Post #2 of 17 (6837 views) Permalink
StartProfiler.sample was updated, but StartProfiler.php couldn't be updated because it doesn't exist in the distribution.StartProfiler.php is the core problem. Additionally, I should probably take some time to figure out what new features are part of the standard MediaWiki distribution nowadays. For the > monobook resource folder, I use symbolic links to all the files except > the main.css, which I copied over and made one tweak to the background > image.) That varies from project to project, of course, and could be a source of much political debate, but when you define these terms differently than common conventions it helps to share
I'm a MediaWiki developer. https://discussion.dreamhost.com/thread-141977.html Gordo -- Gordon Joly gordon.joly [at] pobox http://www.joly.org.uk/ Don't Leave Space To The Professionals! _______________________________________________ MediaWiki-l mailing list MediaWiki-l [at] lists https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-l mhershberger at wikimedia Dec1,2011,4:04PM Post #11 of 17 (6727 views) Permalink Locally, that is. In general, I don't like overwriting; I typically would make a new folder for the new MediaWiki installation, and move the LocalSettings.php file there.
What further information would be useful?bzimport added a comment.May 10 2006, 8:47 AMComment Actionszoubidoo wrote: Linux CentOS 4.3 with kernel 2.6.15 apache 2.0.52 mysql 4.1.12 php 4.3.9 mediawiki-1.6.5.tar.gz downloaded May 3rd. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-redeclare/cannot-redeclare-previously-declared.html All rights reserved. What do I do? Yes, correct.
And have an old StartProfiler.php. Tagged with: apache web server, core problem, fatal error, mediawiki, mv command, php error, rm command, sysadmin, UNIX, unix operating systems, wikiNext FAQ: RHEL / CentOS Yum Command: Blacklist Packages [ When the MultimediaWiki was first live again, it loaded, but ever so slowly. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-redeclare/cannot-redeclare-wfprofilein-mediawiki.html Multimedia Mike Says: February 8th, 2014 at 8:49 am Yeah, I don't feel good about it.
Please join us. My php version is not the latest (4.3.9), but is still supported according to INSTALL: "Web server with PHP 4.3.2 or higher; 4.4.x or 5.x is recommended." I mailed the mediawiki I decided that the latest of each lineage should upgrade cleanly from anything in the previous version of lineage.
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Move the index.php file out of the wiki files directory temporarily (or rename). Now works. Unpack the new version of MediaWiki into a new directory. Posted in General | 4 Comments » 4 Responses Reimar Says: February 8th, 2014 at 1:43 am Ah, the good old programming/compile fix/… method of "comment stuff out until it works".
If for no other reason than whatever is causing the error probably isn't working now anyway and is likely to unnecessarily drain your resources. I renamed startProfiler.php to StartProfiler.php.broke.web.site because my wiki did not work after upgrading from version 18.0 to 18.2 via the Softaculous installer. Prepare that new directory: copy your current LocalSettings.php from the old directory, copy any installed extensions and custom skins (if any)." This, however, is buried way down at the bottom and have a peek at these guys The process is tedious and not without its obstacles.
HomePhabricatorQueriesOpen TasksAll TasksSearchAdvanced SearchActionsManiphest HelpManiphest HelpQuick ActionsQuick ActionsLog InLog InSearchCreate TaskCreate Task (Simple)Report Security IssueCreate Calendar EventEmail HelpEmail Commands: TasksCreate Task Maniphest T7884 php ./update.php -> PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare Renamed my StartProfiler.php to .old and the upgrade went as planned afterwards. -Kevin Reply 17:37, 5 December 2011 4 years ago Permalink Hide 126.96.36.199 (talkcontribs) This works. com [Download message RAW] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 11/29/2011 11:58 AM, Gordon Joly wrote: > *Fatal error*: Cannot redeclare wfprofilein() (previously declared in > /xxxxxxxx/public_html/includes/profiler/Profiler.php:14) in > */xxxxx/public_html/includes/ProfilerStub.php* Back To Production Okay, it all works again!
Reply Edited 19:37, 3 December 2011 4 years ago Permalink Hide Reach Out to the Truth (talkcontribs) StartProfiler.php isn't a core file, it is created by the sysadmin if it is I believe Cite and a few others must be downloaded from the REL1_18 area as the trunk is now working on MW1.19. This isn't supported by modern MySQL databases.