splog getting through; forin plugin looks like one of yours

I had a splog get through on our Sites page that uses your Blogs plugin (reports WPMU Sites). I did a network-deavtivate and later reactivated the anti-splog plugin and another showed up that said it was the anti-splog reporting plugin. I thought it was from you so I network-activated it. BIG mistake. It crashed my entire WPMU website. It reported that the wp-mobile plugin was missing from a call made from “blogs-suspended.php”. I commented out the offending code:

/*if ( wp_is_mobile() )

add_action( ‘login_head’, ‘wp_login_viewport_meta’ );

if ( empty($wp_error) )

$wp_error = new WP_Error();


AND uploaded an older version. It still would not run.

I had to do a full Server Restore.

This brings me to another problem with Snapshot: It works fine when I click run it now, the scheduled version is not working. I use it with DropBox.

  • Vaughan
    • Support/SLS MockingJay

    Hi @jetiii,

    Hope you’re well?

    I have just tested this on my own multisite, and it works perfectly.

    What was the error that was produced when your site crashed?

    You should be able to find this in your servers error logs via CPanel.

    Or look for an error_log file in either the public_html or /wp-admin folders.

    If the site still didn’t work when you deactivated anti-splog & removed the blog_suspended.php then this suggests something else caused the crash.

    wp_is_mobile() has been a function in wordpress since 3.4 but was updated in 4.0

    However, I can’t replicate your issue on my own install.

    Could you open a new thread reagrding the snapshot plugin, so we can better organise the support questions, which makes it easier to deal with different issues in different threads.


  • jetiii
    • Site Builder, Child of Zeus

    Hi Vaughan,

    Again thank you for your targeted reply. In regaurds to the two threads, here is what happened. I had a splog get through on the “Sites” page using your Multi-Site Blogs plugin. I decided to test using another anti-splog plugin.

    As this was a simple matter and I am using nearly exclusively your components (evaluating) I didn’t pay that much attention. That time , if memory serves, it deactivated. When I went to re-activate it, which I think it did, another plugin came up in the activation page, that looked like one of yours, it said it was the reporting page for your anti-splog plugin. When I tried to activate it, it shut the WPMU server down with the error message above.

    I tried to rename the files but the server still wouldn’t start, so I did a full restore from my WHM panel.

    I tried to deactivate the plugin again, this time paying close attention, and it never activated, again shutting down the WPMU server. I again restored the server from WHM and that is when I contacted you here.

    There were three errors reported yesterday:


    They all appear to be related to the Facebook component.

    Wed Jan 14 06:08:03 2015] [error] [client] client denied by server configuration: /home/rvhobo7663/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wpmu-dev-facebook/lib/error_log

    [Wed Jan 14 06:03:33 2015] [error] [client] File does not exist: /home/rvhobo7663/public_html/404.shtml

    [Wed Jan 14 06:03:33 2015] [error] [client] File does not exist: /home/rvhobo7663/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wpmu-dev-facebook

    [Tue Jan 13 16:03:02 2015] [error] [client] client denied by server configuration: /home/rvhobo7663/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wpmu-dev-facebook/error_log

    But, I did a complete restore of the entire VPS which more than likly overwrote th elog file when the error occured..

    I am stuck in meetings most of today but will get the Snapshot problem A.S.A.P.

    Just let me know if you need access to the WPMU server or anything else.

    Thanks, Jesse


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