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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    Yeah, I'm just restoring the whole database at the moment, but I don't know if that will work, or what initially caused it......
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    Commenting it out didn't change anything, so I just removed it, and I'm back where I was, with the original Fatal Error message instead of a page. My error logs in Cpanel don't have anything, and my OSCommerce php_errorlog just have listed the same error that shows up on the page, saying the memory has been used up, etc...
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    I'm not sure asking my host to do anything is in the cards after what I put them through yesterday.....But when I look at the source of that blank page by doing the Control-U thing, that was blank also........I'm at a loss.....
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    I don't think I can change the php.ini thing, because I believe you have to restart Apache for it to take effect, and I can't do that with my shared account. I did add that line before line 80 on that file, but I'm not sure where to see results, now my sites homepage is just blank.
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    OK, I made that file, phpinfo.php and uploaded it, and memory size says 768M which matches the php.ini.........
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    Only one category, about 200 products which have one image each, and all images are around 100kb each. PHP version is 7.0.31.....Addons are minimal, Magic Zoom, PWA, Ultimate SEO URL, Modular Shopping cart, Google XMO sitemap, really just basic stuff. I am not sure what that phpinfo stuff means, but in my admin server info section, memory_limit is at 128 and 768, local value and master value, whatever that means....
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    The new category didn't contain anything, yet, I was still in the process of adding stuff, so I was just going to start a new category and add new products to it....I'll try to add a new cat table like you suggested.
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    Fatal error, webhost is stumped

    I was going to say admin only, but now all of a sudden just going to the site shows this instead of home page: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 159744 bytes) in /home/~username/public_html/shop/includes/classes/category_tree.php on line 80: $result .= str_repeat($this->spacer_string, $this->spacer_multiplier * $level); And I only have one category.
  9. I have 2.3.4.1 BS, been building this site for a while, only a couple hundred products, no traffic really going there yet. I tried to add a category in the admin area of my site's shop, and the page broke and I got this: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 805306368 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 61440 bytes) in /home/username/public_html/store/myadmin/includes/functions/general.php on line 195 (Line 195 says: if ($exclude != $categories['categories_id']) $category_tree_array[] = array('id' => $categories['categories_id'], 'text' => $spacing . $categories['categories_name']);) I contacted my host, and first they increased memory: memory_limit = 768M when that didn't work they added this line to /admin/includes/functions/general.php: ini_set("memory_limit","128M"); When that didn't work they said it's not them, it's the software not working properly. Does anyone have any idea where I can find a solution to this?
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    Does Authorize.net pass on Customer IP Address?

    I set up the sandbox thing to play in, and tried the AIM one again, and you are right, it doesn't take customers offsite. Not sure what I did to change/fix it, but it's good now, thanks for the replies.........
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    Does Authorize.net pass on Customer IP Address?

    I asked Authorize.net, they said to ask my shopping cart. But in any case, I don't know anything, but like I mentioned, with Stripe, the customer stays on my site and the transaction still occurs not on my server, I just wondered how to send the transaction to Authnet in a similar fashion without my customers being taken away from my site. Thanks for the info, I'll look into it, but I don't think it addresses what I was wondering about, but I'm so clueless, it might be the answer I was looking for.
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    Does Authorize.net pass on Customer IP Address?

    I know with Stripe, for example, you don't make your customers leave your site during checkout. I was hoping to use Authorize.net in the same way, but AIM, SIM, DPM all take me off my site to their site. Do you know of a way to use Authnet but let customers stay on my site during checkout?
  13. If I set up SIM or DPM, I've been told customer IP address isn't "passed on" from my site to Authorize.net. But when the customer wants to check out, they are taken to Authorize.net's site to complete payment, so if the customer is right there on there site, how can AuthNet NOT see the customer's IP address? If anybody has time to share, thanks in advance.
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    Another "can't send mail" thread

    Thanks for the responses, but my host got it working. I asked him what he did so I could make a note of it, and he said, "I just fat fingered something when I whitelisted your site." So he typed it correctly and everything works now.
  15. BS 2.3.4.1 Everything was working perfectly, until I was forced to switch hosts. They did a full backup, saving everything exactly as it was, including databses and c-panel configuration, etc... Now, on new server/host, webmail works, (sending and receiving), but absolutely nothing from the shop works. Contact Us doesn't work, e-mail customer from admin doesn't work, I don't receive extra email after orders are made, customers don't receive a copy of their order, etc... Everything is the exact same in the My Store setup, as well as the e-mail options (sendmail, LF, true, false, true) New server is PHP 7, while the old host had me on PHP 5.something, might that be it? New hosts are trying to help, I guess..."Well, we whitelisted something, there shouldn't be a problem..." I don't know why they can't run a test or look for sending errors or something...I'm not seeing anything bouncing back to my default mail address, so I don't know if anything is sending or what........... Does anybody have any experience with this? Or know what I can suggest my new hosts do? If so, thanks in advance..... bc
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