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09/30/2016 06:51:05 PM (5 years ago)
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robertstaddon
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  • Ticket #36184, comment 3

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    1 I am encountering the very same issue as @Mikk3lRo describes in this ticket. I have a WordPress install that was migrated from one server to another. Somewhere there is a misconfiguration in a very popular and well-supported plugin that is triggering an eternal loop of the wp_mkdir_p() function in wp-includes/functions.php.
     1I am encountering the very same issue that @Mikk3lRo describes in this ticket. I have a WordPress install that was migrated from one server to another. Somewhere there is a misconfiguration in a very popular and well-supported plugin that is triggering an eternal loop of the wp_mkdir_p() function in wp-includes/functions.php.
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    33Though I obviously need to figure out whatever incorrect setting is causing this, I wholeheartedly agree that an eternal loop that writes to the error-log on each iteration (if open_basedir is active, possibly under other circumstances too) is not a very graceful way to fail. It very quickly fills up the hard drive and crashes the entire server.