sites (including Net-Art) are reporting critical issues
#1 Updated by Raymond Hoh over 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to Reporter Feedback
Hi Marilyn, the Humanities 2020 page in the screenshot seems to be loading now.
Can you tell me if any of the pages on those sites are experiencing problems at the moment? If so, can you list the URLs? I cannot seem to find one.
#3 Updated by Marilyn Weber over 2 years ago
Here are the original zenDesk tickets:
Ryan M. Seslow
Today 08:44 am
Looks like there is an issue with the Net-Art site.
Seems to be OK on the front end but when I attempt to log in on the
admin side I am getting an error message (see attached).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
(no rush at all, just wanted to reach out)
Good Energy and many Thanks!
Today 07:09 am
My class website has encountered a critical error. I'm not sure whether there is a way to restore it, or whether I will need to rebuild it now. It contained students' submissions for an online assignment that was due tomorrow morning. Please can you advise. I have read the information about debugging but I do not understand it.
Yesterday 08:34 pm
I have attempted to log in to my course website at https://2020larsson130.commons.gc.cuny.edu. Unfortunately, when I am logged into the Commons I get a message that there is a critical error on the site and a link to Wordpress on debugging. When I am not logged in I can see the site, but I really need to access it and add course readings and so on. Please help.
#5 Updated by Raymond Hoh over 2 years ago
- Category name set to WordPress Plugins
- Status changed from Reporter Feedback to Resolved
- Assignee set to Raymond Hoh
- Target version set to 1.16.5
Thanks for the additional details, Marilyn. The issue was caused by the fix implemented to address the forums issue in #12336.
I've pushed a hotfix on production to fix the issue.
Boone, here's the commit:
The fix in #12236 included a check for
is_bbpress(), which can only be used after WordPress is initialized. Using this function beforehand throws a fatal error, which is what happened here. I'm not sure how I didn't catch this during my local tests!
I fixed this by checking if WordPress is set up with a
did_action( 'wp' ) check. I'll also open a ticket on bbPress Trac so other developers do not run into this problem with