2 Replies Latest reply: May 13, 2013 8:44 AM by Adam Cameron. RSS

    File not found: /CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm

    raulben Community Member

      I am getting this error when trying to get to the admin page.

       

      Error Occurred While Processing Request

      File not found: /CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm

       

      Nothing has changed and this CF install has been running fine for over a year.

      The index.cfm is there and that path is correct so not sure why its getting this error.

      I'm running CF 9,0,1,274733  On ubuntu 10.04

        • 1. Re: File not found: /CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm
          Steve Sommers Community Member

          Too vague. To start, did someone delete the cfide or dfide\administrator directory on the server? Was the virtual directory to the cfide ir cfide/administrator directory removed or disabled? Are you trying to access the site from a non localhost or 127.0.0.1 location with the administrator locked down to localhost? Is CF running?

          • 2. Re: File not found: /CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm
            Adam Cameron. Community Member

            I am getting this error when trying to get to the admin page.

             

            Error Occurred While Processing Request

            File not found: /CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm

             

            Nothing has changed and this CF install has been running fine for over a year.

             

             

            The only thing it could possibly be, in this case, is magic.

             

            OR... something has changed, and you didn't notice, wasn't made aware of it, or someone did something that they didn't think would impact this (but it does).

             

            That's quite obtuse, I know. But you should approach this problem not from the perspective of "nothing's happened, this is weird" to "something has happened, I need to find out what".

             

            Steve's suggestions are a good place to start.

             

            NB: he speaks of virtual directories for /cfide. You're on a case-sensitive file system, so they need to be /CFIDE. But, yeah... is the dir actually there, and is the mapping to it actually there?

             

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            Adam