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Buddypress 1.2.3 to 1.2.4 ugrade FAIL!

  • Avatar of thelandman
    thelandman
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    @thelandman

    Okay, so I tried upgrading to bp 1.2.4 from 1.2.3. I used the automatic upgrade through the WordPress panel. After buddypress upgraded, I got major errors. I can’t recall what the errors. This solution may help some people. This happens AFTER AN AUTOMATIC UPGRADE.

    1. All you have to do is move all your plugins EXCEPT for BuddyPress to a temporary directory that isn’t in: wp-content/plugins/
    2. Go to your browser then go to yourdomain.com/wp-admin/plugins.php.
    3. Activate buddypress 1.2.4
    4, Move all your plugins back to: wp-content/plugins/
    5. ReActivate and there we go!
    6. :)

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  • Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    You must always deactivate any BuddyPress-specific plugins before upgrading or reinstalling BuddyPress. That is why your first attempt failed. Moving your plugins outside of the /plugins directory basically accomplished that for you.

    http://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/upgrading-from-10x/

    From that Codex article:

    “…it’s a good idea to disable other BuddyPress plugins first of all”

    Since BP 1.2, all BP-dependent plugins should have code that will prevent them from firing if BP is not activated. However, some plugin devs have not added that coding to their plugin so you can have issues.

    Avatar of thelandman
    thelandman
    Participant

    @thelandman

    @jeffsayre :D Just in case someone skips the codex. Thanks.

    Avatar of Stas Sușcov
    Stas Su?cov
    Participant

    @sushkov

    @JeffSayre, maybe that can be handled somehow by BP? Add a hook that will deactivate all the BP plugins and then ask to reactivate them manually by admin?

    Also, I suggest changing the subject of the topic, since it’s not relevant and people can get confused (I felt like that after reading it) :|

    Thanks.

    Avatar of abcde666
    abcde666
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    @erich73

    is BP 1.2.4 already released ?
    …… as there is still one ticket open in TRAC:

    http://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/2398

    It is, that was posted after it. There’s nothing stopping you creating tickets with a 1.0 milestone (other than angry admins!)

    Avatar of Terry Hall
    Terry Hall
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    @terryhallbiz

    Upgraded from BP 1.2.3 to 1.2.4 (automotic upgrade) – my blogs directory is empty – “Sorry no blogs found) – Main menu blogs item.

    Using WPMu 2.9.2 & default BP Theme. (I’ve removed all BP Related plugins & BP is only active plugin. Also deactivated/reactivated theme)

    After the upgrade I can not see blog?

    Avatar of r-a-y
    r-a-y
    Moderator

    @r-a-y

    I can confirm that blogs are missing after upgrading to BP 1.2.4 on a WPMU 2.9.2 install.

    Avatar of abcde666
    abcde666
    Participant

    @erich73

    yeah, the main Blog and the user-Blogs diappeared……at least the Blog-Listing at the Blogs-directory (using WPMU).
    @andy @jjj could you please check

    That happened on my site too – but I thought this was related to a Fatal Error I had with a key plugin. So maybe the two issues were separate….hmmm…..

    Avatar of Arx Poetica
    Arx Poetica
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    @arxpoetica

    One (troublesome, but workable) solution would be to switch your WPMU site to WP. Realizing this could be a pain if you’re site is highly configured — but it *is* a possibility.

    I fixed this error. But after upgrade to 1.2.4 my data in forums use vietnam font lost, and show only the first letter. :(( . Help me!

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    Sam Steiner
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    @magganpice

    Wow, I was just about going to upgrade but checked here quickly because upgrading BuddyPress always has a kind of bad feeling attached to it (at least for me) – and sure enough, it seems I wont be able to upgrade just now… :-(

    Avatar of Hans
    Hans
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    @hanss

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