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This is known error of Upgraded PHP version. As you know a static method should ideally defined as static function(){} where static means the method can be called without an instance of the class. For current scenario, Follow the staps: Open FTP and go to system > expressionengine > third_party > updater > libraries folder. Open file named ...


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Check that the user that PHp executes under (could be www-data, could be the home user for the site) has execute and write permissions in the directory above the one the FTP folder needs to be created in. Also it's worth checking who the owner of the directories is compared to the executing user.


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Easiest solution that I've found for this in the past, is to go into your /system/expressionengine/config/config.php file and change the version number in there back to 2.6.1 and then re-run the upgrade using updater. This would reapply the update and should resolve the problem for you.


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I had the same problem - according to Manuel at DD this was a bug with updating earlier version of EE introduced when they added support for EE2.8 and is now fixed with the latest version of Updater (3.2.11)


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First of all, check if URL to the root directory of your site URL to your 'themes' folder is setup correct in EE > Admin > General Configuration If you will not found any error inside this settings, you need to open chrome inspector and check what exactly happens. On tab Network you will able see the ajax request (url & headers) + results. ...


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Have you tried: // $base_path and other variables defined above this $config['updater']['path_map']['root'] = $base_path . '/'; $config['updater']['path_map']['backup'] = $base_path . '/updater_backup/'; $config['updater']['path_map']['system'] = $base_path . '/' . $system_folder . '/'; $config['updater']['path_map']['system_third_party'] = $config['...


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Updating a MSM site is just like a normal EE site. Nothing is different. Note: Updater can also update the MSM files itself, just upload the original MSM zip file. Note 2: Be sure to make backups, Updater works almost always, but it's better to be safe then sorry.


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This error is saying your PHP Maximum Upload Size and PHP Max Post Size is smaller then file you are uploading. We provide a listing of your max sizes on the Upload page. Make sure they are higher then the file you are uploading.


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