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November 7, 2016

Magento Can’t get filling percentage error

I tend to get the Magento Can’t get filling percentage error when I’m running multiple CMS’s and websites on one machine as they all need different modules to run. The symptoms you see are when you try to load any page in the front end of Magento you see an error and a report number. The reports are kept in the code base in the directory:


If you load the report which has been created by Magento the error tends to looks like: [crayon-5c6a30db1687c691565023/] This issue happens because memcache is not running or installed on the system.

To install it type:

sudo apt-get install memcached

To start memcache or restart [...]

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January 24, 2016

How To Change The Domain For Magento In MySQL From The Command Line

We deploy Magento sites all around the place and often we did not setup the hosting environment, are limited to what we can do on the hosting environment or just plain forgot to change the domain name locally in the database before we backed up the database to deploy.

As you all know, or have stumbled across this post because you’re having an issue, Magento sets the domain name in the database for the base_url and the secure_base_url. If these are set to something different than the domain you are deploying the site to, it will redirect off to that domain. Simple.

So we are assuming you have restored a Magento database to a server and just need to change the base [...]

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May 30, 2015

How To Install an SSL Certificate on Ubuntu with Apache

I have to install an SSL Certificates on a semi-regular basis these days and every time I do it I always have to look up a tutorial to ensure I don't miss anything.