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1 week 6 days ago - 1 week 6 days ago #47188 by Adam Yared
Hi, i've just upgrade an instance of jomres and migrated it to a new server - lots of learnings.. Got everything working now but the dashboard menu isnt getting populated with drop down items and i cant turn it off for non-logged in users. Installed access control plugin but it's not saving any changes (ajax call is return success but no change).

looks like this in the old site:


this is what im seeing in the upgraded site:


It doesn't like the required files are in the new /jomres/core-minicomponents folder - is there a plugin i need to install for this menu?


upgraded from:

php: 5.6.37
joomla: 3.6.5 Stable
jomres: 9.8.16

to:

php: 7.0.32
joomla: 3.8.13
jomres: 9.13
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1 week 6 days ago #47189 by Vince Wooll
Adam,

Try emptying your /jomres/temp directory, does that help?

Also, make sure you haven't run out of disk space while updating, a general rule of thumb would be to ensure that you have about 300mb spare during the update process to allow for download, unzipping of the Core and moving of files.

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1 week 6 days ago #47190 by Adam Yared
Hi Vince,

thanks for the quick reply! I've seen your name in so many comment blocks trying to track this down.. great to get your input.

I cleared the /jomres/temp folder and no change. I can replicate this on my local machine and that is defintiely not short of space so thats probably no it either.

To confirm, there are 2 issues. The dashboard menu isnt getting populated when i log in and i cant hide it when i log out.

Thanks again.
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1 week 6 days ago #47191 by Vince Wooll
Please raise a support ticket with the server's login & ftp details and I'll look into it for you, Adam.

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