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I am working on a client project and set up a development copy of the live site, front is working fine but admin is broken because of the fishpig wordpress integration actually i dont to set wordpress so didnt copy the db for this and want to disable the extension i disable the
by setting false in module config file under /app/etc/modules file and refresh the cache but the admin is not working log folder has wordpress.log file which is saying

2013-05-01T19:14:40+00:00 DEBUG (7): SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)

also the cache is enabled looking for disable it from mysql and compilation is enabled too and admin is not opening :'(

Any body having any idea.

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Just rename the directory

./app/code/community/Fishpig -> ./app/code/community/Fishpig.bak

That will disable it outright.

Disabling the module via the admin, or via ./app/etc/modules doesn't always work if another class extends that class anyway.


You can disable the cache by removing the ./var/cache directory (or by restarting Memcache/Redis/APC if you use them)

You can disable compiler by commenting out the include $compilerConfig line in index.php

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  • Thanks a lot for your answer very informative but this didn't solved the error but as i see wordpress.log is not coming up in log folder anymore. May be some other issue is ditching me..
    – Ravi Soni
    May 2, 2013 at 18:10
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    You asked how to disable a module and clear the cache. If you want to debug an issue, follow the debug guide here sonassi.com/knowledge-base/magento-debug-process - it will identify your issue. May 2, 2013 at 21:27
  • Thx for debug stpe i have already tried some steps. front is good .. could my theme cause broken admin?
    – Ravi Soni
    May 3, 2013 at 3:28
  • Follow every single step, to the letter. It WILL identify your issue. May 3, 2013 at 7:18
  • Thanks a lot @sonaasi disabling each module and activating one by one them had helped me finding the bug ... :-)
    – Ravi Soni
    May 3, 2013 at 17:19
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You can disable the cache via the command line using MageTool an addon for the Zend Framework command line application.

[ ~ ] $ zf | grep cache
zf clear mage-core-cache tags[=all]
zf flush mage-core-cache
zf enable mage-core-cache tags[=all]
zf disable mage-core-cache tags[=all]

To disable the cache on your site use the following command inside the directory that contains your magento app folder (Magento Root Directory)

zf disable mage-core-cache tags=all

To install the zf cli and the magetool, visit https://github.com/alistairstead/MageTool for more instructions

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  • Thanks for this tool actually i disabled the cache from DB.
    – Ravi Soni
    May 3, 2013 at 3:29
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If you use disk-based caching you can clear the var/cache/ directory from your Magento root.

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