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Anyone have a zip file I can run?

 
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Right now I'm running 2.1.6 on my forum and it is not stable at current volune (150k hits a day). We are down for at least an hour a day lately because DB connections get frozen. I understand that newer versions of the software don't have this problem.

Is there a zip file I can try? Do I need to make any table changes to run it?

I'm running all this with Postgres 8.

Thanks for any help in this. I'll definitely post results of whatever I try out.

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hi-

Rafael posted this URL:

http://www.jforum.net/beta/latest_dev.jsp

which leads to a zip file. Didn't that work?

2.1.7 is better than 2.1.6. You need to be careful about merging it into your production system and updating your db schema. For example, some member files (avatars) are stored in the jforum project directory (not in the database) so you don't want to wipe them out. If you use Eclipse and checkout HEAD from CVS then you can use that in production and merge when you need to (but you have to know what you are doing).


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MyJForum wrote:http://www.jforum.net/beta/latest_dev.jsp


Well, I can't use that file, becuase it contains colon as part of subdirectory name, I am using WinRAR.

Any idea?
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ashouric wrote:

MyJForum wrote:http://www.jforum.net/beta/latest_dev.jsp


Well, I can't use that file, becuase it contains colon as part of subdirectory name, I am using WinRAR.

Any idea?


Try clicking on the above link, then "right click" on the file link, then do a "Save As" ... which will allow you to download and rename the file.

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GatorBait3 wrote:Try clicking on the above link, then "right click" on the file link, then do a "Save As" ... which will allow you to download and rename the file.



Thanks for your response, but the problem is not with download/rename. It is because the file contains a subdirectory that has colon. It can not be renamed to something valid, please see below.

The issue happens even with trying to extract the internal files instead of the colon directory.

Also, when Windows open as a "Compressed archive", it can't extract it.

Thanks for you help.

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Ok, I fixed the script. The file should be working fine now.

Rafael
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