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phalconPHP database Transactions fail

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Vafa K, Mar 17, 2018.

  1. Vafa K

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    I have developed a website using PhalconPHP. the website works perfectly fine on my local computer with the following specifications:

    PHP Version 7.0.22
    Apache/2.4.18
    PhalconPHP 3.3.1


    But recently I have migrated to a new VPS. with cPanel:

    CENTOS 7.4 vmware [server]
    cPanel v68.0.30
    PHP Version 5.6.34 (multiple versions available, this one selected by myself)
    PhalconPHP 3.2.2


    On the new VPS my website always gives me Error 500.
    in my Apache Error logs file:

    [cgi:error] End of script output before headers: ea-php70, referer: http://mywebsitedomain.net

    What I suspect is the new database System. the new one is not mySql. it is MariaDB 10.1. I tried to downgrade to MySQL 5.6 but the WHM says there is no way I could downgrade to lower versions.

    this is my config file:

    [database]
    adapter = Mysql
    host = localhost
    username = root
    password = XXXXXXXXXXXX
    dbname = XXXXXXXXXXXX
    charset = utf8
    and my Services.php:

    protected function initDb()
    {
    $config = $this->get('config')->get('database')->toArray();

    $dbClass = 'Phalcon\Db\Adapter\Pdo\\' . $config['adapter'];
    unset($config['adapter']);

    return new $dbClass($config);
    }

    And in my controllers... for example this code throws Error 500:

    $this->view->files = Patients::query()->orderBy("id ASC")->execute();

    !!! but changing id to fname fixes the problem: !!!
    $this->view->files = Patients::query()->orderBy("fname ASC")->execute();

    or even the following code throws error 500:

    $user = Users::findFirst(array(
    "conditions" => "id = :id:",
    "bind" => array("id" => $this->session->get("userID"))
    ));

    but again if I search by string fields there is no problem.

    is there a problem with the compatibility of PhalconPHP and MariaDB?
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Hello,

    Can you verify if there's any additional output in the Apache error log when you notice the 500 error code in your browser? Are you using the same PHP handler (e.g. suPHP, DSO)?

    Thank you.
     
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