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I was just upgrading the Genesis Framework on a site and I received an HTTP Error 500. When I inquired of my hosting company they said it was a wordpress error and not a server error. I have a backup and will try again but is this a known bug with upgrading to the latest version of Genesis?
Thanks Victor. But I used the automatic upgrade for 2 different sites and there was a server error. Do you think it's something with my specific hosting company that caused the error?
me too . I find these issues .
I too am having this error. The website still loads fine on the front end, but I cannot get into the admin section.
I get the HTTP 500 error with automattic redirect to "/wp-admin/admin.php?page=genesis&upgraded=true"
We actually experience this in random cases too on a small multisite install. Clearing the cache on our end fixes everything - We host on AWS and have some processes available to clear the network cache without having to login so it's a workaround for us. Seems completely random on our network as to which site will be effected.
I'm having the same issue. Has this been resolved?
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