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While upgrading from v5.0.3 to 6, I received the following fatal error:

   "A language file for language EN is missing: points (lang/EN/points.ini or an overridden equivalent to this path) (version: 6.0, PHP version: 5.2.9, URL: /cms/index.php?keep_safe_mode=1&keep_theme=default)"

I had previously uninstalled the points system as I have no use for it, but it looks like the upgrade could not handle the fact that the points.ini file was missing.

When I copied the ini file from a test environment and reinstalled the error went away.

I also received the following error diring step 5:

  "Upgraded core tables. Database query failed: CREATE TABLE ocpo_f_group_member_timeouts ( member_id integer NOT NULL, group_id integer NOT NULL, timeout integer unsigned NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (member_id, group_id) ) engine=MyISAM; [Table 'ocpo_f_group_member_timeouts' already exists]"

After completing the install, this error no longer appears.
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Thanks for the info.


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