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    scott001 got a reaction from andrewatfornax in Recent impression probability issues   
    Ultimately I fixed this, and it was caused, apparently, by an advertiser that I created years ago. Re-creating the advertiser and ads solved the issue.
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    scott001 reacted to andrewatfornax in MariaDB 10.2 Compatibility?   
    Hi @scott001,
    I had a call with our database guru on the team today, and he tells me that Revive Adserver sets non-strict mode as soon as it connects to MariaDB, so, Revive Adserver should be compatible with MariaDB 10.2 with its strict mode enabled.
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    scott001 got a reaction from andrewatfornax in Scheduled maintenance issue / no statistics recording   
    Here is what I found. My cronjob, which worked fine for years like this:
    0 * * * * php -f /home/site/public_html/revivieadserver/maintenance/maintenance.php >/dev/null 2>&1
    suddenly, at least to me anyway, needed to be like this:
    0 * * * * php -f /home/site/public_html/revivieadserver/maintenance/maintenance.php localhost >/dev/null 2>&1
    The mysql restarts may have been just a coincidence, and my server auto-updated and installed a new version of cpanel or something else, but something changes and now I must include "localhost" in the cronjob.
    I hope this helps someone else!
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    scott001 got a reaction from andrewatfornax in Running Revive Adserver v4.0.1 on PHP7   
    That did the trick, thank you. So I could not find a way to edit the DB settings withing the admin area, but did change it directly in the config file from "mysql" to "mysqli".
    l can now get into admin, and it looks like the stats are updating. Thank you!
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    scott001 got a reaction from Megaboss in Running Revive Adserver v4.0.1 on PHP7   
    I am running a cpanel apache mysql configuration. Under the latest cpanel you can run PHP per site, so you could set this in your control panel and run PHP 7 on your site. In my case, I wanted it to run within a directory, so I added this to the root .htaccess file for my Revivie Adserver site:
    <IfModule mime_module>
    AddType application/x-httpd-ea-php70 .php .php7 .phtml
    I then edited the main configuration file from:
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    scott001 got a reaction from andrewatfornax in Running PHP 7 on Revive Adserver v4.0.1   
    Currently my server is running PHP 5.6.30 as the default, but PHP 7 is also installed. I am trying to force Rvive Adserver to run under PHP 7, and I've tried adding this code to a new .htaccess file in the root ad server's directory, in my case it is /adserv :
    <IfModule mime_module>
    AddType application/x-httpd-ea-php70 .php .php7 .phtml
    This configuration works fine for a forum which I have in a different directory on the same domain, but is not working for Revive Adserver--the ads stop running. Am I putting this file in the correct location, the root for Ad Server, or should it go somewhere else, for example /var ?
    It is possible that I don't have some required extension installed for PHP 7 that is needed for Revive, is there a list somewhere of those?
    Any help would be appreciated.
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    scott001 got a reaction from Erik Geurts in Impression Tracking URL   
    Ok, so there is no support here...
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