1. JAVesey
  2. MAMP - Troubleshooting
  3. Saturday, 18 January 2020

Hello all,

I've updated from v5.5.1 to v5.6 and am now getting the:

"Safari can’t open the page “‎localhost/joomla_3/” because the server unexpectedly dropped the connection. This sometimes occurs when the server is busy. Wait for a few minutes and then try again."

message on screen.  I'm pretty sure that I haven't changed anything else.

I've done a complete delete/reinstall of the MAMP software but to no avail.

Is it just me with this issue?  Any ideas what to look at to fix?

All advice gratefully received :-)

John V

MacOS Catalina 10.15.2, 2018 iMac



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Hello all,

I've updated from v5.5.1 to v5.6 and am now getting the:

"Safari can’t open the page “‎localhost/joomla_3/” because the server unexpectedly dropped the connection. This sometimes occurs when the server is busy. Wait for a few minutes and then try again."

message on screen.  I'm pretty sure that I haven't changed anything else.

I've done a complete delete/reinstall of the MAMP software but to no avail.

Is it just me with this issue?  Any ideas what to look at to fix?

All advice gratefully received :-)

John V

MacOS Catalina 10.15.2, 2018 iMac

Similar thread here: https://mampsupportforum.com/forums/latest/receiving-the-connection-was-reset-error-messages-on-localhost-sites

This may be something the MAMP devs need to look at. Please try to open a bug ticket with them. Go to https://bugs.mamp.info/login_page.php?return=%2Fmy_view_page.php

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problems here too :

 

Safari cannot open  « ‎localhost:8888/..... »  the server unexpectedly dropped the connection.

 

in mysql_err_log  : same problem on all my databases 

Aborted connection 4 to db: 'largspfw_fr' user: 'root' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)

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Hi!

I had the same issue with Joomla! after the update to MAMP PRO 5.6. After a lot of failed attempts to fix it, I've found an easy solution.

Go to PHP -> Mode -> switch to CGI Mode (I used the module mode before). Restart the server and Joomla! should work again without any issues with PHP 7.3 (PHP 7.4 also works but the core is not fully compatible with it yet).

Have success!

Viktor

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Looks like they're back to version 5.5.  https://www.mamp.info/en/downloads/?m=1581611990&

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Looks like they're back to version 5.5.  https://www.mamp.info/en/downloads/?m=1581611990&

Noticed that earlier. Thanks for sharing, hopefully they are able to get it sorted

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thanks to MAMP team

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version 5.7  works !

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