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I make use of a level theme (for drupal 8) supplied from: Hello, After installing an update of what seems to be every module (i tried "contact_storage" & "yamlform") my website gets stuck with the known error "The website encountered an unexpected error. When this happens i am unable to render ANY page on my website meaning i cannot log in to admin pages either.I was stuck on this situation first, but after consulting comparable threads i have been able to resolve the issue by deleting the newly installed folder on my ftp server and clearing the cache in the db manually through phpmyadmin.Such HTTP response codes represent the complex relationship between the client, a web application, a web server, and often multiple third-party web services, so determining the cause of a particular status code can be a difficult, even within a controlled development environment.Throughout this article we’ll examine the is the web browser or device being used to access the application.As mentioned, the most common cause of a ) are case-insensitive, meaning that this mixed case link to Air Br AKe.
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Similarly, any extensions or modules that you may have recently upgraded can also cause server-side issues, so reverting to previous versions of those may also help.
For assistance with this task, simply Google “downgrade [PLATFORM_NAME]” and follow along.
For most web applications, logging out and logging back in will force the local session token to be recreated.
If you’re running common software packages on the server that is responding with the , you may want to start by looking into the stability and functionality of those platforms first.
I am running the latest version of drupal 8x (updated it today) Below is the sequence of the log files: php 12/06/2016 - Drupal\Core\Database\Database Exception Wrapper: SQLSTATE…