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Magento 2 – Import Stuck “Please Wait” After SSL/HTTPS Configuration

Problem:

After I configured Let’s Encrypt on a CentOS server. I then configured my Magento 2 installation to use HTTPS on the admin side. Following these changes I could not import CSV files into Magento. The import process would just hang at “Please Wait” while doing a data check on the import file.

I opened the developer tool in Chrome and the console was showing this error:

in a frame because it set multiple 'X-Frame-Options' headers with conflicting values ('deny, deny, SAMEORIGIN'). Falling back to 'deny'.
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Magento 2.2 Install On CentOS 7

Objective


Install Magento 2.2 on CentOS 7. The stack will require PHP 7.1, MariaDB 10.2, and Apache 2.4. To see the full system requirements to run Magento 2.2 click here.

  1. Install Apache 2.4
  2. Configure Apache
  3. Install PHP 7.1
  4. Configure PHP
  5. Install MariaDB 10.2
  6. Configure MariaDB
  7. Create Magento File System User
  8. Download & Extract Magento Files
  9. SELinux
  10. Set File Permissions
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Check MySQL or MariaDB Version From Command Line

# mysql -V

That is a capital “V”

Output

CentOS 7 – Check PHP Version From the Terminal

# php -v

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