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The RosterDiag page (<nowiki>http://www.[domain].com/
The RosterDiag page (<nowiki>http://www.[domain].com/.php</nowiki>) allows you to analyze your configuration, settings and version of [[Roster]]
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The RosterDiag page (http://www.[domain].com/index.php?p=rosterdiag) allows you to analyze your configuration, settings and version of Roster
Roster Diag consists of a couple of blocks that can help you troubleshooting your roster installation.
This varies from config parameters to actual file versions.
This block allows you to login with your Roster Admin password.
The authorization enables the download of Roster update packages.
This block contains information regarding your web server, PHP installation, and installed modules.
This helps the support staff at WoWRoster.net diagnose possible problems with your server set-up.
Basic Server Info
Shows OS, server software, and MySQL type and version.
Shows some of the important settings in php.
Shows your if your server has use of the GD image manipulation libraries.
This block contains information regarding your Roster Configuration and Installation.
Show Entire $roster->config array
By clicking this link, the entire Configuration Table for Roster is shown.
The page that is shown, reveals important information for troubleshooting the configuration of your Roster installation.
List of Tables
This displays a list of tables in Roster's database
This can help to see if any tables are missing
File Version Information
Compares your local Roster install and it's files to the cache on wowroster.net.
You can determine if files have been tampered with and download updates to files when they become available.
Using update files downloaded from Roster Diag
- Do not simply upload the zip file to your provider
- You should unzip to your desktop then upload the contents of the archive, and make sure to keep the file and directory structure intact!