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500 Internal Server Error

Started by on Oct 02, 2013 – Contents updated: Oct 02, 2013

Oct 02, 2013 00:39    

I just upgraded to 5.06 from a 4.x version. I am running on a godaddy Linux hosting plan. I have been using B2E for 5 years now and upgraded several times.
I have a little ability in php & css but I am far from proficient. I am totally lost as to what has gone wrong.

It seems that on any post that has comments, you can view the full post from the main blog page, I can edit the post, BUT if you try to view the individual post, see the comments, etc, it kicks up a 500 Internal Server Error.

I tried:
changing skins, same problem
viewing logged out in incognito mode, same problem
editing post & saving, no change **generates the 500 error ** no 500 error

I am at a complete loss. Help?

Oct 02, 2013 00:54

Hello @almanme,

Please try this suggestions:

1) Deactivate any plugin that you have installed, specially the third-party ones (if any).
2) Activate the debug mode and share a screenshot of this page: (how to:
3) Clear your site's cache at System > Maintenance > Tools

Take a look at this: There is your post, now we only need to know why the variables in the url are producing the error 500.

Oct 02, 2013 01:01


Before I try that, here's what I just did try. After reading a bunch more posts on this forum, I found one where another user had a somewhat similar problem and tried changing the "Apply rendering to Comments" setting in the Plugins/Texturize setting. I changed that to "never" and voila, everything is working again. I do not know why, but there it is.

Would you recommend I try your suggestion or should we just high-five and call it a day? THANK YOU for responding so quickly and offering help! :)

Oct 02, 2013 01:33

Excelent, you're welcome.

That was my first suggestion, but not as clear as the one that you found. The most important thing is that your site is working normally again. I'll search a little more to get the source of the problem.


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