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Email based Self-enrollment issues

 
 
Picture of Ken Task
Re: Email based Self-enrollment issues
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Well, highest version in that series is now 2.3.4 so if upgrading on the move one might have to contend with virtual + upgrade issues (not that I know of any).  In affect, the problems might be compounded.

Anyway to get moodle folder OFF the old virtual?  Did you ever do a site backup that included moodle code and archive it to other location?
If either, think I'd try that first. Moving what you've got and getting it working first before upgrading might be best … others, however, might differ.  Of course, if no backup, then ...

'spirit of sharing', Ken

 
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Picture of Joshua Nelson
Re: Email based Self-enrollment issues
 

Of course I have backups smile
I'll give this a shot and get back to you, thanks

 
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Picture of Joshua Nelson
Re: Email based Self-enrollment issues
 

Just fired up the old VMware moodle, and email-based self registration worked fine. So I copied the files for moodle onto the new HyperV server as suggested, with no success.

Any other ideas? Got about 40-50 students who need to enrol at the start of next week and I don't wanna do it manually ^^

 
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Picture of Ken Task
Re: Email based Self-enrollment issues
Group Particularly helpful Moodlers

Hmmm ... so what are the new (if any) errors in apache logs?

Are there any other errors reported when in debugging?

Does the DB user have access rights to create temporary tables?  Did you re-check permissions/ownership on all files/folders in the new virt environment.

To get students in right now, one might try bulk upload.

http://docs.moodle.org/23/en/Upload_users

However, would warn that one might find other issues lurking. sad

'spirit of sharing', Ken

 
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