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Troubleshooting

Check logs

To find out the problem, you have to check error log files.

EspoCRM error logs

EspoCRM logs are located at <ESPOCRM_DIRECTORY>/logs/*.log and contain some error information.

Apache error logs

For Ubuntu server an apache error log is located at /var/log/apache2/error.log and contains all error information. The location of log files can be different on other systems.

Enable debugging mode

To enable debugging mode, go to installed EspoCRM directory, open the file data/config.php and change the value:

'logger' => [
    ...
    'level' => 'WARNING',
    ...
]

to

'logger' => [
    ...
    'level' => 'DEBUG',
    ...
]

Scheduled Jobs are not working

Problem #1: Your crontab is not configured

  1. Login via SSH to your server.

  2. Configure your crontab by following these steps: https://www.espocrm.com/documentation/administration/server-configuration/#user-content-setup-a-crontab.

Note: Crontab should be configured under web-server user, e.g. crontab -e -u www-data.

  1. Wait for a while and check Scheduled Jobs to see if any jobs were executed (see a Log panel).

Problem #2. Crontab is configured, but Scheduled Jobs are not working

To make sure there are no errors when cron is running, try to run the cron command in a terminal:

  1. Login via SSH to your server.

  2. Go to the directory where EspoCRM is installed. E.g. for /var/www/html/espocrm directory the command is:
cd /var/www/html/espocrm
  1. Run the crontab command:
php cron.php

Note: It should be executed under web-server user. If you are logged in as root, the command should be (e.g for Ubuntu):

sudo -u www-data php cron.php

where www-data is a web-server user.

  1. If there are no errors, check Scheduled Jobs to see if any job was executed (see a Log panel).

EspoCRM is not loading after updgare

This can happen sometimes on some shared hostings.

Check permissions of the files: /index.php /api/v1/index.php

They must be 644. If any of those file has permission 664 you need to change it to 644. Use your hosting's control panel or chmod command.

chmod 644 /path/to/file

More information about file permissions: here.