We are running an instance of OJS 126.96.36.199 on RedHat Linux, with PHP 5.6 and FastCGI.
Late last year we migrated an older standalone OJS 2.x journal from another institution by creating a local dev instance of it and upgrading to 188.8.131.52. We then did a native XML export of all issues, articles and users into the RedHat shared instance.
Unfortunately we just discovered that for the older articles that used HTML galleys that the images are not loading in the browser.
For example, https://openjournals.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/JoCI/article/view/2839. If you click on “HTML” it will go to https://openjournals.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/JoCI/article/view/2839/3640. If you scroll down the page to Figure 1, you’ll see it does not load. The HTML is referencing “figure1.png”, which does correspond correctly to the png file in the files folder. As well, in the database, the file_id (13669) matches the filename for the png (2839-178-13669-1-17-20201123.png).
So, if you use browser tools and change “figure1.png” to “https://openjournals.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/JoCI/article/download/2839/3640/13669” in the src it downloads correctly.
I have looked through some of the error reports others have had (including me) with 2.x → 3.1 migrations and HTML galleys. However, this was not a typical upgrade, but rather an XML export/import. The files all seem to be there, but OJS is just not rendering the images in the HTML galleys.
Any help is greatly appreciated!