Try this: #####No admin pages in Moodle after an update You have successfully pushed your update to your Openshift repository and updated the database via Moodle's update view but after that the admin pages stay blank.
Check out this service request I found in the TWU Service Desk service catalog.
Be careful though, Moodle has many versions in parallel and I'll try to stick to the latest stable version available.
###Requirements In order to go through this manual you will need a couple of things first: If you need help with this see the Openshift help pages: https://openshift.redhat.com/community/get-started ###Getting ready Make sure you have an account or create a new one at https://openshift.redhat.com/app/account/new Install the rhc gem: This will create a new app that will be available as https://moodle-me.During the setup process rhc spits out a lot of information.Since it will later also conflict with the Moodle repository, I recommend to just remove all directories inside the moodle dir and later recreate it: The last one is optional but quite useful if you need to edit your database manually and with a nice GUI.The first cartridge lets you use cron which you will need for daily cron jobs like sending out notifications and cleaning up the database. ###Getting Moodle Now that you created your app with all the necessary cartridges you need to get the Moodle repository.I'll add some of them here: This might be due to a missing config load.For some reason not all action hooks were loaded and Moodle is missing some important settings.You should copy them into a document so that you can check their values at a later point, e.g. During the creation of your new app rhc also created a new directory called which contains the repository of your app, i.e.it is a clone of your newly created openshift app which, at this point, is still empty.inside your repository which holds the Moodle submodule will be empty. Since it is a submodule and you don't need to change anything inside that directory it will be fetched by Openshift during your next step.After this you have everything ready to push your newly created Moodle app to Openshift: It will take a while to upload the repository to Openshift and it takes quite some time to load the Moodle repository which is a submoduel inside your Openshift repository.Once this is done you can head over to your new Moodle site: https://moodle-me.(use your own domain here).You should now be able to install Moodle in your browser and set everything up according to your needs.