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I am trying to gather more info, but it has been reported that my mods are having issues when deleting certain topics/posts.

The errors they get are one of the following...

  • Not sufficent priviledges
  • The topic doesn't exist


  • I have topic/post caching turned on, but security caching is turned off.

    I will let you know if I am able to figure out more details in regards to this.

    Brakker
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    Yes, security cache is configurable in my SystemGlobals...

    # Caching
    topic.cache.enabled = true
    security.cache.enabled = false
    forum.cache.enabled = true
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    Forgot to log in again...

    Anyway, no I didn't change any of the code for that.

    I am trying to leave the code alone as much as possible and just change the front end and login. I did, however take out the topic viewing stats (how many times a topic has been viewed) code and presentation only because my members seem like they could care less about it and it help to free up some hits to the db.

    Brakker
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    Ok, one more to the list. I know 2 bugs with post caching - karma does not change in the UI / attachments cannot be shown.

    What do you mean bu "security cache is off"? Did you made a change to this part of the code? (I do not remember about making it configurable )

    Rafael
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    I'm working on a fix for this bug.

    About the security cache == false, in fact I have this key set, but I'm not using it - eg, disabling securyt caching is not an option currently.

    Rafael
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    Are you running version 2.1.5 or 2.1.4? I know that 2.1.4 has this set of bugs, but I remember had working on them for 2.1.5. I did some tests locally and could not reproduce the problem.

    Any other information is very welcome.

    Rafael
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    Rafael, I got your latest src from cvs about 10 days ago...so the answer to your question is that I am running 2.1.5. It's very hard to reproduce as I actually ran into the bug once or twice myself, but have not been able to reproduce it since.

    Brakker
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