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  • castresana


    Thank you for the answers!

    I’m working on editing the script to see if I can solve it.

    I don’t know if it might be useful, but I had an idea.
    Since I believe I’m not the only one with large communities, maybe the Repair Tools should run the script by rows. Run for 5000 rows, and then autorefresh, and run another 5000 rows. This way the database wouldn’t suffer that much.
    It would take time, but anyway, it’s a tab opened on the browser that is running that script while you are working somewhere else. I believe this might work. What do you think?
    Anyway, thanks for the help!




    I’ve checked. Nothing solves the issue.
    After going back my own steps. I used the Buddypress Repair Tools. And one of the process got the Error 500. Maybe it was the beginning. I don’t remember which one, but it looks like it all comes from the DB.
    Any ideas?



    More info, the issue of Error 500 is only for Administrators.
    Everybody below this WordPress level has no problems at all accessing the /wp-admin/ area.
    Ideas are welcome! 🙂



    I’ve managed somehow to activate everything.
    Basically all plugins (including Buddypress) are working.
    The problem is that I cannot enter the wp-admin area. I get an Error 500 when I try to load that section.
    The rest of the website (the real website) works without a problem.
    Any ideas on how to solve this issue? Thanks!

    PS: Error from the errorlog.-

    This is the error I'm getting:
    [Wed Jun 15 15:10:00.498556 2016] [fcgid:warn] [pid 11901] [client] mod_fcgid: stderr: PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 72 bytes) in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 2352 



    Mmmmm, maybe I didn’t explain myself the right way.

    My website has a menu on top right corner.

    TU CUENTA means “your account” and the idea is that it should go to

    The problem is I do not know how to get the variable USER for making that menu option go to the self-user profile.

    Obviously if user is not logged in, it must go to login page.

    It’s quite strange that there is not like a menu preset for this as I can add wordpress pages, personalized links, and even some plugins add another box with menu options you can add to your own menu, but there’s not any for buddypress?

    I do not want to use WordPress toolbar, I have removed it. Buddypress allows users to edit their profile within the website without entering dashboard. How can I add a dynamic link to their own profile?


    hope I explained myself better this time 😉

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