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2.1.9 has System check errors after upgrading from 2.1.8
#1
Hello!

I made a copy of my running installation for testing 2.0.x -> 2.1.8 -> 2.1.9 upgrade. I uninstalled the DB check und ran the System check. Now I have two problems which can't be fixed:

  1. System Check: ERROR, missing hooks
  2. System Check - missing table: ft_module_submission_pre_parser_rules
  3. System Check - missing table: ft_module_submission_pre_parser_rule_forms

For the first the fixing doesn't change anything. The errors is still there after running the repair link.
For the second and third an automatic fix is not shown. I think the 2nd and 3rd just orrcurred after updating to 2.1.9 because the server validation just was introduced with 2.1.9.

How can these problems be fixed? I can't update my production evironment before I have fixed the errors.

TIA and with regards,

Peter.
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#2
I get the same error after upgrading to 2.1.9 and running through the system check:

System Check - missing table: ft_module_submission_pre_parser_rules

System Check - missing table: ft_module_submission_pre_parser_rule_forms
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#3
Hi Andy,

Hope all is well!

Are you running the latest version of that module (1.1.4)? I have a vague recollection that the last module release fixed this problem.

- Ben
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#4
Scratch that - this is a problem with the System Check module.

Give me a few minutes and I'll release 1.0.2 - that'll include a fix for this and the incorrect "run all tests" blurb that you noticed.

Again, thanks for letting me know! Big Grin

- Ben
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#5
Bah, it just dawned on me that the latest version won’t fix it for you.

What had happened was that I’d accidentally checked-in a dud file by mistake, which got rolled out in the module. I removed the dud file from the latest version, but just upgrading won’t actually fix it: the file will still exist on your site.

To fix it, just delete the [ft root]/modules/system_check/module_config.php file.

Sorry about that, Andy.

- Ben
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#6
Oh darn... just saw this in the forum. Please disregard my message in the bug report area.
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#7
haha no worries. Sorry for the fuss.

- Ben
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#8
Hello!

I removed the module_config.php file manually and updated the module to V1.0.2 and everything is fine now.

Thanks for your help!

With regards,

Peter.
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#9
Excellent, thanks for letting me know Peter. Smile

- Ben
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