[support] Any way to manually turn off maintenance mode?
metzlerd at evergreen.edu
Fri Oct 13 16:25:32 UTC 2006
Here's some more detail in case your unfamiliar with mysql.
Here's the mysql example.
mysql -u <yourdrupaluser> -p <yourdrupaldatabase>
You'll be prompted for your drupal users databse password. Your drupal
user and drupal database comes from the site settings.php file. then
you'd see a prompt like this:
That's where you type the command. quit to exit
If you don't have command line access you'll need to run this query
using a tool like phpmyslqadmin or some such tool.
From: support-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:support-bounces at drupal.org] On
Behalf Of Jody Cleveland
Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 9:20 AM
To: support at drupal.org
Subject: Re: [support] Any way to manually turn off maintenance mode?
> > Until I get this login problem fixed, is there a way to
> manually turn
> > off maintenance mode without going through the site?
> > - jody
> > --
> update drupal.variable set site_offline=1
Is that something you run from the command line?
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