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    Question Help with PHP Error - Much appreciated

    Hey everyone

    We've come to look at our site today and we're getting lots of strange PHP errors on it, anyone any idea whats happened. It seems to have happened completely by itself.

    I know the FTP details for an easy fix if anyone knows...

    Any help is much appreciated.

    Ben

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    I'm not able to reach that site as there seems to be a DNS issue. Could you paste the errors here?
    Sr. Software Engineer | Paisley Systems Inc. | www.paisleysystems.com/php

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    Sorry my bad, the link was missing for the OP.

    http://www.pond-liners.uk.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conteo View Post
    Sorry my bad, the link was missing for the OP.

    http://www.pond-liners.uk.com/

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    probably an automatic upgrade of the php version. What is on the page are not errors, are warnings, is better to fix them. Find where is used ereg in code and replace it with preg_xxx version.

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    Thanks for the advice, could anyone point me in the right direction as to where to change the PHP version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conteo View Post
    Thanks for the advice, could anyone point me in the right direction as to where to change the PHP version?
    hosting support? this is part of server management and in usual condition you can't do anything except ask support.
    why do you want to do that? to the next check will be upgraded again and you need again to change the version.
    you have another option, to ask for turning off display for errors/warnings.

    best regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by oesxyl View Post
    hosting support? this is part of server management and in usual condition you can't do anything except ask support.
    why do you want to do that? to the next check will be upgraded again and you need again to change the version.
    you have another option, to ask for turning off display for errors/warnings.

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    Thanks for your support oesxyl. I'll get onto the host.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Conteo View Post
    Thanks for your support oesxyl. I'll get onto the host.

    you are welcome, if i be you i would fix that warnings, it's not such a big deal just grep for ereg and replace them with preg_, at most few hours of work if everything go very bad,

    best regards


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