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I am installing osqa in a free server(http://www.alwaysdata.com). I am able to install all the packages required for the installation. I have the database configured with sqlite3. When I try to test the site with the development server of django I have the following error:
500 Server Error sorry, system error system error log is recorded, error will be fixed as soon as possible please report the error to the site administrators if you wish - back to previous page - see latest questions - see tags
I have the same error in all the pages(faq, about, questions,...)
I tried to install osqa in my local machine but the same error raises.
Maybe my problem is somewhat related with http://meta.osqa.net/question/25/installation-issue-importerror-cannot-import-name-auth_providers.
What can I do?EDIT: I tried to use mysql in my local computer and in the free-server and I get the same error in both places:
EDIT2: When I activate the debug mode I get: AttributeError at / 'Settings' object has no attribute 'USE_EXTERNAL_LEGACY_LOGIN'
Error: One or more models did not validate: forum.validationhash: "hash_code": CharField cannot have a "max_length" greater than 255 when using "unique=True".
Answer by evgeny fadeev · Mar 14, 2010 at 02:39 PM
those two bugs are fixed now: (1) removed line from forum/context.py with
USE_EXTERNAL_LEGACY_LOGIN which is no longer in use and (2) changed
ValidationHash.hash_code with unique constraint to 255 to make it compatible with mysql.
Answer by evgeny fadeev · Mar 14, 2010 at 04:37 PM
Http error 500 means "internal server error" - software error that happened during execution of the web request, which may be due to bugs (as in this case) or some configuration error including: issues with configuration parameters, file and directory permissions, lacking software components or file system paths, database access errors, etc.
If you get such error - please report a bug and add any details about the error (error log entries are particularly helpful).
The best method of tracking down the origin of such errors is to look into the various log files - which files it depends on how you run the application.
If you are running it under Apache - then look into apache error log specified in the apache configuration.
Enable Django-specific debugging settings (as you've done by using DEBUG=True in settings_local.py), use django-debug toolbar.
Look into /log/django.osqa.log, webserver output that you see in the browser. With the django development server error messages will be printed into your terminal.
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