First Thing to Do...
... is to clear your cache. Sometimes that can fix things.
Corrupt Database Variables
You will need to install the Variable Check module or other similar modules (link to module below, also see my post titled 'Unserialized Theme Variables and PHP Warning: array_merge Messages [nid:73]'). Once you have it installed and enabled you can go to the following menu:
Admin -> Reports -> Check System Variables
... or this URL:
I found the following code to help clean out orphaned actions which seems to have worked for me. If you have the Devel module installed go to :
admin menu -> Home -> Development -> Execute PHP Code
... and then paste in the following code:
I have 1 business that has run off Google Voice for 8 years and we have not had any problems, but we have expanded into a few other areas, and having a more versatile and extensible phone system seems like a great idea for the preparing for the future. I spent some time comparing quite a few different hosted virtual PBX services (over 15) to find one that may be able to handle the our growing businesses and to possibly offer this service to potential clients too. I even considered Dreamhost's 1-click install of Open PBX, but was not looking to host and support my own system. I already have enough to do, so, finding a system with a lot of features and was affordable was what I was looking for.
I had been struggling and looking a good media manager for Drupal. I know this is something that all of us Drupal people struggle with, but there seems to be three main options for media managers. The last of which I just found out about and have chosen:
I had a webform that I was testing for this site and it was not sending emails even though it said that the form was completed and sent, so I started with the steps in the email troubleshooting post I had posted earlier (link below). The logs @ admin/reports/dblog had not shown that the webform was completed, but I have no idea if this was supposed to happen. The email logger @ /admin/reports/mail-logger from the Mail Logger module which is mentioned in a link from that same post also showed no email was sent.
This is a repost of something I posted over on the Drupal.com forums:
I have noticed something that I would like some confirmation of and that some might find quite interesting.
There are 3 basic ways to set your Base URL in settings.php
I will catalog some techniques for recovering from a completely FUBAR'ed theme. Sometimes when something goes horribly awry with your theme you can no longer log back in and may also run afoul of the too many failed logins problem when the site's scripting is also messed because of a very broken theme. Not a good time. Been there. Done that. Do not want to do it again!
I was attempting to troubleshoot an install and I became locked out. I was trying to change the password through My SQL, but it would not work. What I eventually came to find out was that Drupal 6 and 7 use different password hashing techniques:
- Drupal 6 (MD5)
- Drupal 7 (SHA512 with salting)
I found this great post titled 'Drupal not Sending Email? Let's Debug it! ' on Drupal Connect by Matt Crittenden (see link below) and I am reposting it here with some slight changes so I do not lose it: