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My Forum is Down

c5353c5353 New
edited August 2013 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8

I haven't been viewing my site over the past couple of months. Today I decided to take a look to see if anyone had made any posts on my forum. However, when I clicked on all the links I had set up, the following error message came up:

"Fatal error: Class 'PDO' not found in /home/csumme5/public_html/naturaldogremedies.net/library/database/class.database.php on line 54"

It was functioning the last time I checked. Now it isn't. Any ideas as to what happened? Thanks.

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    UnderDogUnderDog MVP
    edited August 2013

    Most likely the php of your webhost (website) is not compiled with PDO. Very interesting. Check with your host.
    Prepare to re-upload your files and also answer the question : Which version of Vanilla are you using? If it's lower than 2.0.18.8 prepare to upgrade. It won't solve your problem, but that's one of the steps to take anyway :-)

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    well if it was functioning before your host has clearly disabled, or removed PDO, or perhaps installed a whole new setup without telling you.

    do you have php.ini (unlikely on cheap hosts)?

    grep is your friend.

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    @x00 said:
    or perhaps installed a whole new setup without telling you.

    Yep, upgrade of PHP version and forgot to install (compile) PDO with it?

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    Thanks guys for your input. I went in my hosting account (Inmotion Hosting) and discovered that it is not listed as one of my applications I have downloaded and installed. I'm hoping they will be able to give me some insight. In the meantime, I will work with them to try and resolve the issue. I was unable to find the php.ini file. I really appreciate your comments.

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