Current Page: 1 of 1
Results 1 - 7 of 7
2 months ago
WarriorGov9791
Quotegamattox Wrote: I just upgraded MySQL. THE WEBSITE CONTINUES TO WORK FINE. However, phpMyAdmin is still attached to the older MySQL 5.7.23 and doesn't recognize MySQL 8. After installing the upgrade, did you remember to switch to the new version? Backup your database in 5.7.23. Left click the Wampserver icon in the system tray. Highlight MySQL --> Version --> check 8.0.13 Procee
Forum: WampServer English
2 months ago
WarriorGov9791
Quoteotomatic said May be not load Opcache : Left-click -> PHP -> Extensions PHP -> > Zend_extension -> php_opcache to uncheck it Hello Otomatic, I had a similar problem with my Joomla development sites in PHP 7.3.0. There is a workaround if Opcache is enabled. 1. Open phpforApache.ini 2. Around line 1812, uncomment the directive: opcache.optimization_level=0x7FF
Forum: WampServer English
7 months ago
WarriorGov9791
Thank you for the update! I would've liked to try out MySQL 8.xx, but the current issue with the bug you reported would only create problems for me and many other devoted WAMPServer users. I would prefer to keep it off the repository until it is fixed. A stable and fully functioning version of MySQL would be much better. I am very happy at the moment with the performance of MariaDB and keep MySQL
Forum: WampServer English
11 months ago
WarriorGov9791
Thank you RiggsFolly for the info! I followed your instructions and got it working. I also managed to edit my httpd-ssl.conf file with the same principles to view 2 Joomla development sites on my mobile phone with the https protocol and SSL as I have them configured to force SSL. Have a great day — Aloha!
Forum: WampServer English
11 months ago
WarriorGov9791
SSL is running fine on my setup: • Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit • WampServer 3.1.3 (and all add-ons 64-bit) • Apache 2.4.33 • OpenSSL 1.1.0h • PHP 7.2.4 (plus 5.6.35 - CLI, 7.0.29, 7.1.16) • MariaDB 10.2.14 • MySQL 5.7.21 with a custom httpd-ssl file and the most current VC++ packages. If you've updated your software (especially Apache), perhaps you can check that your certific
Forum: WampServer English
11 months ago
WarriorGov9791
Try this: Right click the Wampserver icon >> Exit. Now try uninstalling the program. Also check to see if there are any leftover files/folders and delete them. When all is clear, double check to see that you have the correct VC++ packages installed, then re-install Wampserver plus all of the latest updates. For reference, read this: WampServer 3 All you need to know Aloha!
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
WarriorGov9791
Thank you to RiggsFolly for the tutorial! My setup: WAMPServer 3.1.0 (64-bit on a separate partition - g: in my custom installation) Apache 2.4.29 PHP 7.1.11 MySQL 5.7.20 MariaDB 10.2.10 All of my development sites are running with MariaDB. There are no databases on MySQL. It's just there for fallback, if needed. In addition to everything in the tutorial, I found out that the soca
Forum: WampServer English
Current Page: 1 of 1