Robbie8 created the topic: Joomla 3.8.1 Logout causing Internal Server Error
I am running the Free version of AdminExile 3.14 on Joomla 3.8.1. It works perfectly, but on logout I get an Internal Server Error (see attached) - the adminstrator error.log in the cpanel shows "failed to authenticate via AdminExile".
Any advice would be fabulous as I have had to switch it off for now.
gurdip replied the topic: Joomla 3.8.12 Logout causing Internal Server Error
Hi. I've just encountered this 500 error as well in the backend - only upon logout (frontend is unaffected). Adminexile was installed today. I am able to login again with the admin url. Disabling Adminexile after this and logging out causes no issues.
PHP version: tested on 5.6.x and 7.0
anotart replied the topic: Joomla 3.9.3 Logout causing Internal Server Error
Use Adminexile on all my sites -- have never had an issue. Now, on a new site I had to disable it because I am getting the 500 Error -- only when logging out, similar to the two other people. (I checked all the other causes for a 500 Error, only disabling AdminExile solved it). I am using the Astroid Template 2.0.2 (changing that didn't solve problem), Joomla 3.9.3, PHP 7.1.14 (changing that didn't solve problem). Also, this is a very basic one page site only displaying a Convert Form from
. I see you need an error log -- can you direct me to finding that? I was looking for error logs but couldn't find anything with anything in it.
michael replied the topic: Joomla 3.9.3 Logout causing Internal Server Error
The error log can be located in any number of locations. On Linux systems, it might be in /var/log/apache2/error.log (if you're running apache), it might be in /var/log/nginx/error.log (if Nginx), If you're running PHP-FPM it might be in /var/log/phpX.X-fpm.log.
If you're running on GoDaddy servers, you have to turn error logs on (and they shut off automatically), accessible from your control panel. This is what I remember from GoDaddy - they may have changed.