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Apache error: File name too long.

by cecofuli » Sat Aug 17, 2019 1:05 pm

Hello,

in my SiteGround Error Log I read this error:

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2019-09-17 12:11:16 UTC [apache][core:error] [pid 36291] (36)File name too long: [client xx.xxx.xx.xxx:xxxxx] AH00036: access to /forum/assets,_javascript,_core.js,qassets_version==72+ext,_phpbb,_collapsiblecategories,_styles,_all,_template,_js,_collapsiblecategories.js,qassets_version==72+styles,_prosilver,_template,_forum_fn.js,qassets_version==72+styles,_prosilver,_template,_ajax.js,qassets_version==72+ext,_vse,_abbc3,_styles,_all,_template,_js,_abbc3.min.js,qassets_version==72.pagespeed.jc.GL5coF9G1i.js failed (filesystem path '/home/xx-xxxxxxxxxxxx/www/xxxxxxxxxxx.com/public_html/forum/assets,_javascript,_core.js,qassets_version==72+ext,_phpbb,_collapsiblecategories,_styles,_all,_template,_js,_collapsiblecategories.js,qassets_version==72+styles,_prosilver,_template,_forum_fn.js,qassets_version==72+styles,_prosilver,_template,_ajax.js,qassets_version==72+ext,_vse,_abbc3,_styles,_all,_template,_js,_abbc3.min.js,qassets_version==72.pagespeed.jc.GL5c
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It seems a problem with your extension

Honestly, I don't see any error in my forum. But I want to ask you if and how it's possible to fix it (^__^)

Thank you
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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by cecofuli » Fri Aug 23, 2019 2:17 am

No one? =)
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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by VSE » Fri Aug 23, 2019 5:25 am

It's not a problem with an extension. It's your site server. For some reason it's combining every single javascript file request (all of them, multiple different files) into one long filename request. Not only that but it's also adding a bunch of it's own gibberish to them, like extra equal signs, pluses and commas, that aren't in the actual HTML.

Looks like it's possible tied to that pagespeed.jc.GL5c...whatever that is.
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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by cecofuli » Mon Aug 26, 2019 5:16 am

Hello, thank you for your answer...

So, the is the problem Sitegrond hosting?
I will write now to Siteground support...

The "funny thing" is that I have disable Collapsible Forum Categories, removed the directory from my FTP and I still have the same error in my Server Error logs. How can be possible?

Unfortunately, I don't know what to do... I'm too newbile..

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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by cecofuli » Tue Aug 27, 2019 3:23 pm

Ok, I asked to site ground to help me, but this is what they answered me:


"our case has been carefully reviewed and we confirm that the issue you experience is not related to a server-side configuration.

We do not have the PageSpeed module running/installed on our servers which may affect the length of your filenames.

"

So how can I solve my problem?
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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by VSE » Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:35 pm

Don't know. It has nothing to do with this extension.
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Re: Apache error: File name too long.

by Fred_Sheely » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:58 am

I suggest you Long Path Tool will let you easily delete, copy or rename long path files, you can try it for better service.
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