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2147483647 is the maximum value of a signed 32 bit integer which corresponds to a MySQL INT. 2212533532 is larger than 2147483647 so it is being truncated at the maximum value.


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The value is bigger than the integer number you can put in to int field. The int in mysql is 4 bytes long so the maximum values are -2147483648 and 2147483647. You need to use bigint instead which is 8 bytes long. See mysql documentation


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I ran into the same issue. If you installed the mycrypt extension using apt-get php5-mycrypt you will need to manually enable it in the php.ini file. It wasn't auto activated for me (Wasted a good hour on this). To manually enable the extension just add extension=mycrypt.so to the /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini file. This can either be done anywhere in the ...


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Installing the mcrypt php module solved the issue for me (apt-get install php5-mcrypt). How I found the issue: Set $cfg['Error_Handler']['display'] = true; in config.inc.php Set authentication mode from cookie to http Log in and see the error message that mcrypt is missing.


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Take a look if you have permissions at directory configured at session.save_path on php.ini. Probably you changed the Apache user/group and there's no permission for this directory. To solve: 1) chmod 777 at directory (this is unsecure) OR 2) change the directory owner to match with Apache needs.


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The STABLE branch should always match the current release. That's the best branch to track if you wish to use git to stay updated but not on the development version (master, which is rarely actually broken but still not for general development use). I have no idea why you saw a delay on the update -- if it happens again, you should probably contact the ...



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