I am trying to do a mass export and found out that a module was causing an issue via system.log.

I removed the offending module via connect and double checked the usual places for any lingering files, but it looks to be removed. However, I am currently getting this error when running the export:

2015-12-31T02:20:01+00:00 ERR (3): Warning: include(Ameex/Adminlog/Model/Observer.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /chroot/home/xx/xxx.com/html/lib/Varien/Autoload.php on line 94

2015-12-31T02:20:01+00:00 ERR (3): Warning: include(): Failed opening 'Ameex/Adminlog/Model/Observer.php' for inclusion (include_path='/chroot/home/xx/xxx.com/html/app/code/local:/chroot/home/rennraci/rennracing.com/html/app/code/community:/chroot/home/xx/xxx.com/html/app/code/core:/chroot/home/xx/xxx.com/html/lib:.:/opt/nexcess/php54u/root/usr/share/pear:/opt/nexcess/php54u/root/usr/share/php') in /chroot/home/xx/xxx.com/html/lib/Varien/Autoload.php on line 94

Ameex would be the offending module. So it would appear that something is trying to access the module even though it's removed.

Line 94 of Autoload.php is :         return include $classFile;

Anyway to disconnect the bad module?

  • Have you cleared the cache, re-indexed, and re-compiled (if applicable)? Commented Dec 31, 2015 at 13:23

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There are several things you could check :

  • Did you remove the module declaration from app/etc/modules/ ?
  • Did you clear the cache from the administration page ?
  • Did you remove all the files in var/cache/ ?
  • Can you research the term ameex in all the app/code files ? Maybe there is another module using it.

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