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  • #13299

    Recently my Kiwitrees error log has been full of the following error messages:

    ERROR 8: Undefined variable: list;
    0 Error occurred on line 250 of file module.php in function show
    1 called from line 45 of file module.php in function modAction
    2 called from line 32 of file module.php

    Followed by:

    ERROR 2: Invalid argument supplied for foreach();
    0 Error occurred on line 266 of file module.php in function show
    1 called from line 45 of file module.php in function modAction
    2 called from line 32 of file module.php

    Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this?

    James

  • #13301

    Hi James

    Previously reported here: https://www.kiwitrees.net/forums/topic/reports-related-individuals-warning-error/

    You need to upgrade your version of kiwitrees.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #13304

    Hello Nigel,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I looked at the article you referred to, which suggested that the error may be caused by having a non-public individual as default for the tree. This is not the case for either of the trees on my Kiwitrees web site.

    In fact there is something strange about the error messages, which I didn’t mention. The IP address of the web site which was accessing the file was something like 114.119.148.10. I did an nslookup for this IP address, and it gave the result:
    name = petalbot-114-119-148-10.petalsearch.com

    And it turns out that petalsearch.com is a Web search site. On the “Privacy” statement of the site it states that:
    “Petal Search is a product (web service) provided by Aspiegel SE, a Huawei subsidiary incorporated in Ireland”

    Anyway, I guess there’s not much I can do about these annoying intrusions.

    James

  • #13305

    You are right that you cannot easily block these intrusions.
    But you can avoid them triggering bugs in the kiwitrees code.

    Upgrade your version of kiwitrees and those particular errors in your logs will cease.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #13306

    In the meantime, is it possible to disable the error log? I didn’t find any way to do this.

    James

  • #13307

    No way to disable it. You would need to remove all lines of code that use it. They are embedded throughout the system. It would take much longer than simply upgrading.

    It is also a critical part of the softwares security. Disabling it would be like leaving your home with the front door removed.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
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