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  1. I installed cube cart 3 years ago and now I'm trying to install 5.2.8 on my local machine. This is my only experience with cube cart. I'm running wampserver 2.2. Mysql 5.5.20 PHP 5.3.10 Apache 2.2.1 I use dreamweaver and I've uploaded to wamp/www/solas2014/shop When I run http://localhost/solas%202014/shop/setup/setup.install.php I get 6 lots of "Notice: Use of undefined constant......" then "Fatal error: Call to undefined function chmod_writable() in C:wampwwwsolas 2014shopsetupsetup.install.php on line 32" Line 32 starts with "if" The code is below. ## Attempt to chmod if (!chmod(CC_ROOT_DIR.CC_DS.$target, chmod_writable())) { $perm_status = false; $permissions = false; $errors[] = sprintf($strings['setup']['error_x_not_writable'], $target); Any help would be most appreciated.
  2. Howdy, My cubecart site was on a different server, but I had to transfer the site to my other hosting. So i copied the files from old server to new an Changed the DNS mapping to the new server. However Im getting this error now. Warning: mysqli::mysqli() [mysqli.mysqli]: (HY000/2003): Can't connect to MySQL server on 'mysql.XXXXX.net' (113) in /home/SITE/public_html/classes/db/mysqli.class.php on line 22 Fatal error: Can't connect to MySQL server on 'mysql.XXXXX.net' (113) in /home/SITE/public_html/classes/db/mysqli.class.php on line 24 Thanks!
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    Random High Server load.

    Hi Everyone, I have one site on my VPS using CC4, fully patched. Every once in a while (once per week), the site spontaneously will bring my server to an absolute crawl. Server goes from 0.1 up to 154+ and everything grinds to a hault. I can see that the user that the site is installed under is spawning multiple php instances, but beyond that I don't have a way of getting more information. I can suspend that user's account, and the server goes back to normal load. The question is, why does this keep happening? Details: 1) Reboots make no difference, when the site comes back up, it is keeps hogging the processor. 2) There is no increase in traffic to the site (no DOS attacks). 3) Spoke with the site owner, and they are not editing anything in admin. Has anyone else seen this issue, I'm stumped. Thanks Jason
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