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Is the site still working/displaying properly , other than this error on the front end? It looks to me like your new hosting environment has warning and notice reporting ON. Consider looking in your wp-config.php file for WP_DEBUG and make sure it's set to false. Depending on how much control you have on your hosting environment, you should contact your ...


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something may be wrong with the ip 66.155.40.202 just update your hosts file to resolve api.wordpress.org to 66.155.40.203 This is is what i have in my /etc/hosts 66.155.40.203 api.wordpress.org cheers!


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After restarting my machine my wordpress started redirecting to install. The database reported that the tables for wordpress 'did not exist' when viewed through phpMyAdmin. Shutting down the webserver, then restarting the mySQL server fixed the issue on my system. Please try shutting down your webserver (gracefully), then restart mySQL.


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I use a plugin for this issue. Even if debug is set to false, it still prints error to the screen in red. It is easy and fast to create the plugin. In your plugins folder in your wordpress install, create a new file and call it anything you like, for instance, debugger-plugin.php. Open up your newly created file, and paste the following code in there ...


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It looks like the most likely source of the error scripts is Brute Force attacks, which in wordpress forums is said to generate large error logs. I’ve added a plugin to prevent such attacks and hopefully eliminate the problem. What it’s done is move the login page to site name / admin=1 It’s also put a cap on the number of login attempts, locks the IP ...


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For those who stumble upon this later, use either option 1 or 2 found here: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/19373. “For other developers who run into this and need to work around it, either of these 2 options work: call wp_set_post_terms() to add your taxonomies after calling wp_insert_post() set up a "current user" in your script before calling ...


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You are most probably having a conflict with some plugin or the theme (bad javascript usually). If you got some kind of an adblocker, this might be another reason too, so you'd better check them all and see if it is a browser-sensitive problem.


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This is a lazy low quality list generate by your hosting. It is hard to understand it without more context but basically it is just lists the files in which there is a "mail" string and it has very little to do with the actual place which send mail. This kind of list are rarely useful in practice as they flood you with so much details it becomes hard to ...


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wp-login is the file used to send user passwords e.g. new user registrations user lost passwords It might be you're getting a lot of registration spam? Is registration turned off on your install (settings > general)?


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@Wyck was right, ( well sorta :P ) you can set error logs but 1) You need to enable debugging 2) ini_set('log_errors', 1); or 0 for false 3) You need to set a log location via ini_set('error_log, $location) Once you have that set you can then if need be test if said file exists via $location and turn off log_errors by setting its value to 0.


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I had the same problem (in a VPS). Tried almost everything (disable all plugins, repair the database, change theme, check logs) until thinking that it could be a server configuration error (indeed I posted it here). Seeing that it just happened for one of my sites (with WP), I guessed that it has to be a WP configuration error, so I checked again config.php ...


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If you're using site5 hosting, they block simple passwords i.e. "123". Changing the password to something complicated fixed it.



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