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#1 hcanning 02-02-2017 10:13:47

I get this error in a red box on the login page and when I refresh it goes.I get it if xcache is enabled or not. I'm hosted on A fatal error has occurred. For more details please view "logs/ms_fatal_error_log.log".
The error logs show:
[Error Code: 1] XCache: Cannot init
[Date/Time: 30 January 2017 @ 14:45PM]
[Fatal error on line 0 in file Unknown]
See screenshot:
Please advise

Using latest Maian Spport download.

#2 msworld 03-02-2017 03:05:45

This is a server error, so I would suggest contacting your host for help?

#3 hcanning 03-02-2017 10:19:50

So does xcache or xcache_3 need to be activated in Php or what? Can you give me more to go on? Why does error disappear if I refresh page? Thanks.

#4 msworld 03-02-2017 10:22:49

I`ve got no idea, sorry. I`ve never seen that error before, so I`m not sure what is triggering it. A search in Maian Support files for xcache returns nothing.

#5 hcanning 03-02-2017 10:35:41

No worries. Ok so setting server to use PHP 5.4 instead of 5.3 with xcache_3 enabled seems to have resolved the issue. Maybe add this to system req

#6 msworld 04-02-2017 02:59:01

Ok, great, thanks. I`ll have to find out what requires xCache first, then I`ll update the docs accordingly.

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