[development] Force admin login

Randy Fay randy at randyfay.com
Thu Mar 4 13:48:49 UTC 2010

One thing that will be happening to us all shortly is php5.3 showing up
everywhere, and Drupal is only slowly coming to readiness for that.
Depending on the version you have and the contrib modules you have there may
be many repercussions.

PHP 5.3 is a major version upgrade but is being treated in many places as a
minor version upgrade with some pretty significant consequences. I have no
idea how that could relate to the problems you have, of course.


On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 6:27 AM, Tomáš Fülöpp (vacilando.org) <
tomi at vacilando.org> wrote:

> 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?
> Thanks..
> .t
> 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

Randy Fay
Drupal Development, troubleshooting, and debugging
randy at randyfay.com
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