Several years ago, our web developer quit, and we didn't replace him. Now I'm sitting on a Drupal 6 installation that I can't upgrade. After three failed manual attempts, I installed Drush (I've tried both 6 and 8). When I try to upgrade with Drush it tells me that drupal6-eol is corrupt. I found the place where it checks the MD5 hashes, and disabled that only to get more error messages about Drupal 6 being out of date. Then I tried installing Ubuntu 11.10, installing Drupal 6 from the repositories (had to modify my sources.list to point to the URL for EOL Ubuntu versions).
Last night I installed Drupal 8.2.1 as a fresh installation to a quality site that is completely separate from my main site. It is a completely different folder and has it's own dedicated database.
Installation of Drupal Core and the 5-7 extensions went very smooth. However, periodically when I am setting up and configuring different aspects of my site, upon clicking Save, I immediately receive an internal 500 error. When I refresh the page, my changes sometimes stick and sometimes do not.
When i try to run the script I get that 2 pending updates are needed
7081 - Remove the Drupal 6 default install profile if it is still in the database.
7003 - Account for possible legacy systems where dblog was not installed.
When I click on apply updates I get an empty screen (the update left part of the page is visible) and I get Javasrcipt errors printed in my console (the file that produces the error is batch.js in line 25
I tried to update AddToAny and am receiving this Database Error below. I then figured maybe I need to update Drupal Core to 8.2 (from 8.1.10) and it applies all but 5 DB errors. but when it gets to the AddToAny update, it fails and does not continue with the rest. Please help!!