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Posted 14 June 2016 - 01:07 PM #1

Hello,

 

After 4.3.8 upgrade, when access the front end I got the error:

 

PHP Fatal Error
Message

Uncaught Exception: Serialization of 'Closure' is not allowed in public_html\app\Tygh\Backend\Cache\File.php:27

Stack trace:
#0 public_html\app\Tygh\Backend\Cache\File.php(27): serialize(Array)
#1 public_html\app\Tygh\Registry.php(398): Tygh\Backend\Cache\File->set('debugger', Array, Array, 'cache_customerd...')
#2 public_html\app\Tygh\Registry.php(80): Tygh\Registry::_saveCache('dbg_1465907646_...', Array)
#3 public_html\app\Tygh\Debugger.php(327): Tygh\Registry::set('dbg_1465907646_...', Array)
#4 public_html\app\functions\fn.control.php(632): Tygh\Debugger::display()
#5 public_html\index.php(25): fn_dispatch()
#6 {main} thrown

Error at

public_html\app\Tygh\Backend\Cache\File.php, line: 27

 

Back end seems working fine.

 

A bit research tell me that there is anonymous functions cannot be serialized, but I don't know where to debug this.

 

Has anyone faced this problem before and solved it?

 

I tested after a few upgrades from 4.3.6 to 4.3.7 to 4.3.8 so not sure what has caused this.

 

Mike



 
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Posted 14 June 2016 - 02:59 PM #2

What PHP version are you using?

 

That file has not changed in the last few upgrades.



 
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Posted 14 June 2016 - 03:22 PM #3

What PHP version are you using?

 

That file has not changed in the last few upgrades.

 

Thanks. I am running PHP Version 7.0.7, Windows 8.1 localhost

 

On my beta server, CS-Cart 4.3.5 running PHP 7.0.5 fine (Cent OS 7.2)

 

Do you think the data being put in serialize has anonymous function in upstream stack?



 
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Posted 14 June 2016 - 06:09 PM #4

Hard to say.  Try clearing cache (/var/cache/).



 
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Posted 15 June 2016 - 02:16 AM #5

Hard to say.  Try clearing cache (/var/cache/).

 

Thanks.  I have tried that.  After checking it caused by the debug tries to serialize data to a file and the template I use (vivashop) is using closure in their template vars.  I commented out the line to pass the exception but looks like the template does not support 4.3.8 yet anyway.

 

I gave up and reverted to 4.3.6 which is still working fine.

 

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Posted 27 June 2018 - 05:33 PM #6

Hi, I'm having the same problem here after change of host server.

 

 

I'm not using the same template and I don't know how to fix this.

 

Can someone help me?

 

This is the error 

 

 

 

PHP Fatal Error Message

Uncaught Exception: Serialization of 'Closure' is not allowed in /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/Tygh/Backend/Cache/File.php:27 Stack trace: #0 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/Tygh/Backend/Cache/File.php(27): serialize(Array) #1 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/Tygh/Registry.php(398): Tygh\Backend\Cache\File->set('debugger', Array, Array, 'cache_customerd...') #2 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/Tygh/Registry.php(80): Tygh\Registry::_saveCache('dbg_1530120716_...', Array) #3 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/Tygh/Debugger.php(327): Tygh\Registry::set('dbg_1530120716_...', Array) #4 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/app/functions/fn.control.php(632): Tygh\Debugger::display() #5 /home/clients/ea90795ceba7e9832bf378fd457a3b14/web/index.php(25): fn_dispatch() #6 {main} thrown

Error at

app/Tygh/Backend/Cache/File.php, line: 27

Backtrace