I’ve been cleaning up a test site, deleting old resources, extras, chunks, TVs, etc. Somewhere along the way my error log started filling up with these messages. It appears to be MIGX related, but I can’t track it down. It seems to happen when I edit a resource in the manager, including those resources that do not have MIGX assigned.
I’ve looked at all the the MIGX tvs, checks, settings, etc. But I don’t really know what I’m looking for.
Thank you all for looking at this. I have a couple of other sites on this same server, all for testing, sandbox work, so nothing critical. As I look at the error logs on those sites, they too are filled with PHP warnings of various types.
This is from one of the sites on the same server:
/home1/xxxxxx/public_html/xxxxxx/core/vendor/xpdo/xpdo/src/xPDO/xPDO.php Could not load class: modFileHandler from modfilehandler
This is from yet another on the same server. It is similar to the original error I posted but not specific to MIGX:
I can’t think of any reason multiple sites on a shared server would be related to what you’re seeing, unless you were getting error messages that might indicate an overloaded DB server (and I don’t think you are).
I think almost all of them are caused by code that’s not ready for PHP 8.
If you happen to have a copy of PhpStorm, you can create a .php file with the full code from each file specified in an error message, set the PHP level to 8.whatever, and PhpStorm will highlight any PHP 8 errors and give more information if you hover over the highlighted code.