[development] Force admin login

Tomáš Fülöpp (vacilando.org) tomi at vacilando.org
Thu Mar 4 13:27:09 UTC 2010

That's the thing -- there is no error message anywhere :-(
Not in PHP error log, not in dblog / watchdog, no Drupal message, and no
problem highlighted in /admin/reports/status.
Total mystery -- how can an image on a valid private path display but it
kills the session?

PHP / Apache upgrade may have happened -- I can pose this question to the
cloud admins -- but what specifically would wreak this kind of havoc... what
should they look for?



On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 13:27, Drupal <earnie at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

> Tomáš Fülöpp (vacilando.org) wrote:
>> --8<--
>> So the question is -- what could have caused change. /Why did
>> http://WWW.DOMAIN.TLD/en/system/files/images/image.jpg show for a year
>> without a problem and now its mere appearance kills the user session./
>> I realize this thread possibly shifts from development / debugging issue
>> to a support one, but I hope you can bear with me for the final run. It's
>> been a crazy marathon with a site others have admin rights to so I had to
>> discover and guess what they inadvertently changed...
>>  Does the hosts syslog or httpd's access and error log give a clue?  Was
> apache or php upgraded or a new module added?
> --
> Earnie
> -- http://www.give-me-an-offer.com
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