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Solved: Magento Dashboard Chart/Graph Broken


Problem:
After migrating a Magento installation from an older server to a new VPS. Magento admin is not displaying the graph/chart which usually shows upon Magento admin login. I realise this is isolated to the 24 Hours view ONLY.

Solution:
This is related to the minimal allowed GET variable length settings. Check your settings for suhosin:
Add/Edit line - > suhosin.get.max_value_length = 1024

So, edit /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/suhosin.ini
If the above file doesn't exist for you. Then locate & edit, /usr/local/lib/php.ini

I know I have bad taste in colours.

If this helped, please leave a comment below!
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Solved: Magento JS / Javascript Wrong Path


So it seems, Magento really hates me, and the feeling is starting to get mutual.

While trying to fix permissions earlier today, my magento admin top navigation links broke.

Upon checking out source, I realise the issue was because the JS file path is wrong & thus causes the inability to load JS. Which is turns, breaks the navigation on the Admin Page.

Solution: Disable Merge js files on Magento.
    • Login into phpmyAdmin
    • Locate table: core_config_data
    • Locate row: dev/js/merge_files (if its not on the first page, click to look for it in the next few pages)

  • Change the value of dev/js/merge_files to 0


Voila! Done! Hope it helps!

If it did, please let me know in the comments section below.
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Solved: Magento Error - 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable


Well! It seems the more I work with Magento, the more i hate it.

While installing an extension via magento connect, the installation failed and returned a permission error.

thats cool. except the site now shows:

 
"Service Temporarily Unavailable

The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later."
 
Long story short, Magento creates a file maintenance.flag in the Magento installation path.
This file is usually created during extension install so the system detects its under maintenance.

HOWEVER, by some reason or another, the file wasn't remove after the extension installation.
So look for that file "maintenance.flag" in your magento root and remove it.
 
I hope this helped anyone who chanced upon this site googling around.
Good Luck!
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