Recently posted about seeking help due to missing user lists, but
have discovered its much more of an issue myself and my (non-moodle)
developer can solve, and am now looking for help, perhaps professional
help, or anyone that would be able to log in and take a look, as this
seems to be over our heads and we seem to be unable to find the problem
What I know:
Some students can log in, others cannot. All seem to be missing grades and, previously submitted and graded assignments..
The issue seems to be that I'm using a very dated version 2.8.1(yes. I know), and with a recent server upgrade by my host server company has now likely made the version incompatible(?) causing bugs. I tried the obvious quick fix by downgrading my server to remove the error to then upgrade moodle, but it made no difference.
I understand before upgrading, errors need to be resolved. We are getting Server Check Error: Check Slasharguments - Error reading environment data (16)
There are 2 Server Checks that indicate PHP extentions need to be installed for better performance.
Have debugged and purged all chaches..
I am seeking help in resolving the error and updating moodle to a more current version, or contact info for someone that does it (North America)..
- Users list gone https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=380643
- Seeking help! https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=380882
- Check Slasharguments?https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=380883 (this discussion)
Do you mean I'm confusing things with Moodle use or Discussion use (which could very well be, as I'm new to this)
Sounds like provider upgraded php to a version that is no longer talking
to moodle 2.8.x.
In a previous posting you checked environment and found that 2 PHP extensions
should be turned on/installed. Were you successful in doing that?
Debug turned on do you get the same or similar as this:
which had to do with issues in iomad ... a fork of core Moodle.
Suggest some useful info about your system could be shared in your profile.
What operating system? Version of that operating system is? (server php info in your Moodle does hint at that)
Version of PHP? (server php info in Moodle)
Where hosted? With provider ... then provider name ... like Liquid Web or TMD
If hosted with provider, what package are you leasing? Cheapo, Medium? Providers do have names or call them something - and they provide server specs as well.
Where you are hosted ... is ssh available (that would be only if server OS is Linux flavored)?
Got cPanel or WHM?
Am i North America, but 'picky about what I will work on' ... call me a Linux bigot,
that's ok by me! ;)
'spirit of sharing', Ken