From: Joel Uckelman <uckelman@el...> - 2005-05-20 14:28:05
> You know, I thought of one thing. Where are your files being stored? By
> default it is in /tmp, and that would be disastrous, because files can
> dissappear without warning.
The symptoms aren't right for that: /tmp being cleaned would blow away
the whole db, not just a few versions of some pages. I would suggest
looking at Section 3a (page revisions) in your config.ini. Maybe you
have MAX_KEEP (or one of the others in that section) set too low.
Thx for discussion; but I'm now using MySQL and it's working fine. Except
for admin login, but I'm sure I'll get there in the end.
Dan Frankowski schrieb:
I'm sorry. I'd like to help, but I just don't have time.
Maybe someone else on the list who knows the flatfile back-end could try to
replicate this. I only use the MySQL backend.
Message body follows:
Sorry to bug you by e-mail - but you took an interest in my
reported problem to do with an error with Page History V1.3.10.
We are using flatfile for now. It seems that the list of
file versions e.g. HomePage--1, HomePage--2, ... etc becomes non contiguous
i.e. 2 missing between 1 and 3, and
This is a feature.
this is throwing up the error.
Which error? Wwe had one flatfile ArchiveCleaner bug fixed about a year ago.
Sorry, no exact time yet, no time. Check a newer phpwiki version.
Although I am a PHP programmer I don't have loads of time to
try and debug this. I wondered if you could point me in the
right direction at least.
Also while I'm at it. We are using POP3 authentication, but
I have also set the admin user id and passsword in
config.ini. But I can't log in to use admin functions - get
invalid username / password. I have configured password
encryption off for now.
hmm, i'll look at it. which version do you use?
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<P>Thanks - I'll check it out. I have set the directory for files to be stored to within our webroot so can't be a problem with /tmp being cleaned.</P>
<P>I have gone with the standard parameters for Page Revisions - but I will check them for sense.</P>
<P>Clive<BR><BR></P><BR><BR><BR>>From: Joel Uckelman <uckelman@...><BR>>To: Dan Frankowski <dfrankow@...><BR>>CC: flats <cflatau1@...>,PhpWiki discussion <phpwiki-talk@...>,uckelman@...<BR>>Subject: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] Re: PageHistory problem <BR>>Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 09:27:54 -0500<BR>><BR>> > You know, I thought of one thing. Where are your files being stored? By<BR>> > default it is in /tmp, and that would be disastrous, because files can<BR>> > dissappear without warning.<BR>> ><BR>> > Dan<BR>><BR>>The symptoms aren't right for that: /tmp being cleaned would blow away<BR>>the whole db, not just a few versions of some pages. I would suggest<BR>>looking at Section 3a (page revisions) in your config.ini. Maybe you<BR>>have MAX_KEEP (or one of the others in that section) set too low.<BR>><BR></DIV></div></html>