[wp-hackers] Help needed with two issues on established WP install
Vogel, Andrew (vogelap)
VOGELAP at UCMAIL.UC.EDU
Thu Aug 24 18:25:22 GMT 2006
Thanks for helping out so far, Jamie. I really do appreciate your
I apologize for my ignorance, but I'm not sure what I'm looking for in
the rewrite log file, so I've posted the whole thing from both the
working site (56K) and non-working (84K) configurations.
Here's what I did...
* I enabled the rewrite log on my functioning site and visited the main
page and one article. The results of that test are here:
* Went to http://www.drewvogel.com/wp-admin/options.php and removed the
"/index.php" from the permalink_structure line and click the "Update
* "service httpd restart" to restart Apache.
* I visited the main page and one article. The results of that test are
here: http://www.drewvogel.com/apache_rewrite_broken.txt. I received a
non-WP 404 when attempting to view the article.
On (an exciting) side note, I went back to
http://www.drewvogel.com/wp-admin/options.php, re-added the "/index.php"
to the permalink_structure field, clicked "Update Settings", and did
"service httpd restart" and my site worked again -- I didn't need to
roll it back from the database backup! That's progress, I suppose!
Please let me know how to proceed from here.
Manager of Professional Programs
University of Cincinnati
College of Pharmacy
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> established WP install
> At this point, I would suggest enabling the mod_rewrite log
> to make certain that mod_rewrite is fully firing. For some
> reason it needs the index.php instead of mod_rewrite
> automatically appending the index.php.
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