How to end the maintenance mode

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How can I end the maintenance mode? It was installed after the upgrade. A backup from two days earlier didn’t do the job.

Was it a database upgrade? You can remove the maintenancemode line in config table of your database to end it.

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Thanks Xheni, this did the job!

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Where exactly do I find the config table of my data base. I have exactly the same problem when attempting to update to the latest version of phplist.

Log into your server control panel, access phpMyAdmin and locate the database for your phplist installation.
Now, search the rows of this database until you find the one called maintencemode and edit it, changing the value from 1 to 0 and save the result.

Having the same problem with 3.61 to 3.62. Gone through my database and do not see a row maintenancemode.
UPDATE: found it but it was already at 0 and I’m still not able to access any of phplist.

Then you may have better luck by removing the line from your config.php file, as stated above by @xheni