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What could cause Craft to not define the request object?

I have a local site that recently stopped loading (front-end and back-end)

The error is happening in WebApp.php (line 630) when $this->request->getBrowserLanguages() method runs. The script fails because $this->request is not defined.

Other Craft installations work just fine. This site works just fine on a dev and live server with the same code. Any ideas on what I bumped?

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  • Can you share the full stack trace leading up to the error? – Brad Bell Aug 21 '14 at 22:13
  • Just sent you an email with it (didn't want to post the path info here) – Ben Parizek Aug 21 '14 at 23:06
  • It looks like this has been caused by a new line that was added in the general.php 'cacheMethod' => 'apc'. I'm guessing I don't have this installed locally. Still looking into this and will update when confirmed. – Ben Parizek Aug 22 '14 at 0:24
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This issue turned out to be caused by a config setting that had been added to general.php

'cacheMethod' => 'apc'

The server had APC installed but my local environment did not. There were a couple options to fix this:

  1. Install Alternative PHP Cache (APC)
  2. Setup a multi-environment config and override the cacheMethod setting with another method that is supported in your local environment, such as 'cacheMethod' => 'file'
  3. Remove this line as it may not be needed anyway. apc is PHP byte caching and if your running PHP 5.5, that's enabled by default and apc is unnecessary
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I had the same issue. But I was using memcache.

It turns out it was acually memcached which is a slightly different extension.

Enable the setting in the memcache.php config file with

'useMemcached' => true,

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