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Fatal Errors after 1.1.2 install

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    madyogi
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    @madyogi

    Just upgraded WPMU and all plugins. I’m using a custom theme with calls to buddypress functions in several of the template files. Anyone know of a reason why I might be receiving the following errors every time I’m attempting to call a bp function?

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_is_blog_page() in …………

    Have the buddypress conditionals/template tags changed in the new version? Has anyone else had this problem?

    As far as order of steps goes, I did deactivate all plugins (buddypress first actually) before upgrading wpmu, then upgraded and reactivated the plugins (buddypress first).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    madyogi
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    @madyogi

    Just as an update, I activated the default buddypress theme, and all appears broken with my new buddypress install. It is giving me the same “call to undefined function” error regarding bp_page_title().

    If anyone has any idea why this might be, I would greatly appreciate any advice. I tried to follow all instructions. I don’t think I have any “buddypress dependent” plugins installed, so I didn’t figure it would affect things that I deactivated buddypress first.

    Any ideas why all the bp functions are suddenly not defined?

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    madyogi
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    @madyogi

    I’m searching around the forums and not seeing anything specifically related to my problem, but I’m thinking this has to be something simple. For whatever reason, after installing the new version of WPMU (2.8.5.2), it’s not recognizing any of the buddypress functions.

    I’m quite befuddled.

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    madyogi
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    @madyogi

    So, I just reverted to my backup install … everything works fine, but everything’s out of date. Anybody got any thoughts as to how I might not break buddypress during a future upgrade?

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    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Are you using the old default BP themes or the new parent/child defaul BP theme architecture?

    The old two-theme system relied on the bphome theme residing in /wp-content/themes/ and the bpmember theme residing in /wp-content/bp-themes/. If you still have those theme files try this:

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      madyogi
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      @madyogi

      I will say this: I think it had something to do with the WPMU upgrade. Only reason I say this, I replaced the 1.1.2 buddypress folder with the backed-up buddypress plugin folder. Still gave same errors, so I’m scratching my head.

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      Jeff Sayre
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      @jeffsayre

      Just a random thought. Before upgrading, or at least activating, the new version of BuddyPress, did you run the upgrade script for WPMU? Under the Site Admin menu, there is a sub-menu item called Upgrade. If not, deactivate BP, then try hitting that button. After it is finished, reactivate BP.

      I’m just working through a mental list.

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      madyogi
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      @madyogi

      Thanks for the ideas, Jeff. Going to give this a more systematic try now. Stay tuned …

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      madyogi
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      @madyogi

      Alright, everything seems to be upgraded and functioning properly now. Not sure where I went off the rails yesterday to have completely lost the buddypress functions.

      This time I:

      1. backed everything up (did this yesterday)
      2. deactivated all plugins (buddypress last this time)
      3. moved new WPMU files over to server
      4. upgraded in admin panel
      5. upgraded and activated buddypress
      6. upgraded and activated other plugins

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      Reiner
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      @reinergaer

      Hi there,

      this happened to me as well. But the steps above didnt help. I just went through them again.

      Without doing anything, one day there was only a white page (still had wpmu 2.7 running). So I thought I probably should upgrade. I deactivated everything but when ever I try to activate buddypress, I get a gazillion “warning: call-time-pass-by-reference has been deprcated” errors and at the end “Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 32243712) (tried to allocate 30720 bytes)”. Do you have any idea where the problem could be?

      Thank you very much for your help!!!

      Reiner

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      Jeff Sayre
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      @jeffsayre

      @madyogi

      deactivated all plugins (buddypress last this time)

      That could very well have been your issue. You must always deactivate all BP-dependent plugins before deactivating BP itself. I’m glad that you are back in business!

      @reinergaer

      What version of WPMU and BuddyPress are you now running?

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      Reiner
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      @reinergaer

      Jeff, I am currently running buddypress 1.1.2 and wpmu 2.8.5.2 – this is the memory error I receive

      Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 32243712) (tried to allocate 122880 bytes) in /web/1/000/014/981/12741/htdocs/hierinwangen/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-groups.php on line 687

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