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PATCH_SUPEE-5994 - The Usual Error

PATCH_SUPEE-5994 - The Usual Error

PATCH_SUPEE-5994 

 

It works on some installations and then it completely falls over on others.

 

Yes, it's the usual 

 

Fatal error: Class 'Mage_Install_Controller_Router_Install' not found

 

Warning: include(Mage/Install/Controller/Router/Install.php) [function.include]:failed to open stream: No such file or directory

 

No compiler is not and has not been enabled

Yes the files exists

Yes rm -fr cache

Yes the permissions are correct

No there is no other server cache that needs updating

Yes disabled all other modules

Yes checked local/Mage directory

 

Any other suggestions?

 

Reverted back to the previous config.xml files for the moment whilst I put the kettle on.

2 REPLIES

Re: PATCH_SUPEE-5994 - The Usual Error

Do you have any server-side caching technologies like PHP APC running?

It is possible your patch has installed correctly but APC is caching the old pages/functions and thus causing an error.

You can normally purge any such cache by restarting Apache or PHP-FPM or worst case the entire server.

Re: PATCH_SUPEE-5994 - The Usual Error

Not an answer to your problem but your insight will help on a related issue.

 

Does the website run ok with app/code/core/Mage/Install/etc/config.xml reverted back to the original with the rest of SUPEE-5994 installed?

 

I'm asking because some people are having issues with 3rd party modules causing 404 status errors in the admin backend due to the fact that said modules weren't properly programmed to have proper security.

 

The correct answer is "Contact your module developer for a patch so we can run the patch", but expediency says "do what you can to keep the website up until you get the patch for the patch". Alas, what a cruel world, sigh, sigh, groan!

 

http://magento.stackexchange.com/questions/68411/patch-5994-causing-module-adminhtml-404