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Problem is solved. Hosting company changed PHP Version. At first PHP was at Version 5.2.x and as the problem arised was bumped to 5.4.x. Now, PHP was changed to 5.3.3 for testing purposes and everything works. I still don't know what caused this, both installations should run fine on PHP >5.2. So maybe there were some PHP settings that differed but sadly I ...


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Solution: Ditch your webhost. In terms of what to ask support to look into: a refund. Your webhost is the only one who can diagnose and fix the server. It is also part of what you pay them to do. You don't have root, and as it is a shared hosting environment, you shouldn't have root. The server could be oversold, misconfigured, or more likely, both. For ...



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