Suddenly getting huge amout of error messages


#1

Hi,

I’m running Piwik with Apache on a Windows 2008 Server and all of a sudden when I just call the piwik URL I get a browser full of error messages like the two samples below (literally hundreds of them, with variations of backtraces).

Environmental details:
PHP Version 5.4.24
Windows Server 2008 R2 Web Server Edition Service Pack 1
Apache/2.2.24 (Win32)


There is an error. Please report the message (Piwik 2.3.0) and full backtrace in the Piwik forums (please do a Search first as it might have been reported already!).

Notice: require_once(): apc_cache_find [-636667979] in D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php on line 98

Backtrace -->

#0 Piwik\Error::errorHandler(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#1 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#2 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:86]
#3 Piwik\Loader::loadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:114]
#4 Piwik\Loader::autoload(...) called at [:]
#5 spl_autoload_call(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\dispatch.php:25]
#6 require_once(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\index.php:47]



There is an error. Please report the message (Piwik 2.3.0) and full backtrace in the Piwik forums (please do a Search first as it might have been reported already!).

Notice: require_once(): apc_cache_find [-636666958] in D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php on line 98

Backtrace -->

#0 Piwik\Error::errorHandler(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#1 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#2 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:89]
#3 Piwik\Loader::loadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:114]
#4 Piwik\Loader::autoload(...) called at [:]
#5 spl_autoload_call(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\libs\Zend\Session.php:50]
#6 require_once(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#7 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:89]
#8 Piwik\Loader::loadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:114]
#9 Piwik\Loader::autoload(...) called at [:]
#10 spl_autoload_call(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Session.php:19]
#11 require_once(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:98]
#12 Piwik\Loader::tryToLoadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:86]
#13 Piwik\Loader::loadClass(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\Loader.php:114]
#14 Piwik\Loader::autoload(...) called at [:]
#15 spl_autoload_call(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\FrontController.php:271]
#16 Piwik\FrontController->init(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\core\dispatch.php:29]
#17 require_once(...) called at [D:\wwwroot\company\piwik\index.php:47]

HELP!
Thomas


(Matthieu Aubry) #2

restart the web server, this will clear APC cache which may fix this issue


#3

Thanks - I deactivated the APC module, restarted Apache and now Piwik at least loads… but it is sitting there “loading widget” for ages.


(Matthieu Aubry) #4

can you setup: How to Set up Auto-Archiving of Your Reports - Analytics Platform - Matomo ?

PS: it would be better / faster to leave APC enabled but make sure you use latest version of APC and PHP as they are stable.


#5

Maybe try and clear piwik temp folder, then delete and re-add widgets back in to dashboard.