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I'm running 2.1.6 with the included HSQLDB. Sometimes new topics does'nt appear until I restart jforum or clear the topic cache.

I found that I can repeat the problem by editing an existing post and change it from announce to sticky. That makes the topic disappear, if I change it back to announce it appears again. Clearing its associated cache also makes it appear again.

Is there a way to disable the topic cache?

Thanks
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Registered as a bug: http://www.jforum.net/jira/browse/JF-506

You can disable cache by setting the key "topic.cache.enabled" to "false" at SystemGlobals.properties / jforum-custom.conf

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Disabling the cache helped.
Many thanks

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We are experiencing same kind of problems even after disabling all caches. I have changed all cache flags to false in my systemglobal.properties:

posts.cache.enabled = false
topic.cache.enabled = false
security.cache.enabled = false
forum.cache.enabled = false


BTW, we are using jforum 2.1.6.

At times we get 'The topic you are trying to see does not exist', but if I restart my server and login I see that topic. Any ideas?
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These bugs were fixed. You can try the beta of JForum 2.1.7. Get it at http://www.jforum.net/beta/latest_dev.jsp

Rafael
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I had this problem, and just found this topic while looking for a solution.

While looking through the systemglobal properties file, I realized that I hadn't given the server process write access to the cache directory. Fixing this seems to have sorted the problem
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Rafael Steil wrote:These bugs were fixed. You can try the beta of JForum 2.1.7. Get it at http://www.jforum.net/beta/latest_dev.jsp

Rafael



can you post the changes....
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When the final version is out, yes.

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