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Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link

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1 year 8 months ago #60007 by E. E. Nalley
E. E. Nalley created the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
If you click on Read Stories and then click Original Time Line, the following error occurs. This behavior appears across two seperate network connections (Work and Home).



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1 year 8 months ago #60013 by Kristin Darken
Kristin Darken replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
Not a broken link.

My best guess from a quick look at it is that the category call for a listing of all Original Canon Stories has reached too large a size to be brought into a temporary table structure by sql. I can solve this, if this is the case, by taking all the 2006-2007 stories and archiving them into a separate OC: 2006-2007 category. Everything newer can be put in a "Current Schoolyear" category. If that's really the problem, it will solve this issue. If its another sql related issue, I'll have to do some repairs to our database...not something I'm looking forward to. Neither solution is one I can do right now... it will probably have to wait until next week. As much of a block as it is to site usage, I'm in the middle of a couple long work days and just won't have much time to work on it.

But thanks for reporting it. I'll get to it as soon as I can put the time in.

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1 year 8 months ago #60015 by E. E. Nalley
E. E. Nalley replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
No problem, hope its an easy fix.

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1 year 8 months ago #60021 by Kristin Darken
Kristin Darken replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
Ended up being a very easy fix, actually. Temporary folders full... mostly from outdated logs and backup files. Copied and stored important ones offsite and deleted a bunch of things... and it looks to be working again. It's always nice when its that's simple. Too bad its not that simple more often. :-p

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1 year 7 months ago #60179 by reno
reno replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
i hate to be the bearer off bad news, but the error is back, atleast for me

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1 year 7 months ago - 1 year 7 months ago #60180 by Schol-R-LEA
Schol-R-LEA replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
I am also seeing it, I just came in to report it myself.

I would love to help, if I could, but psychologically speaking I am not really reliable enough to offer my help as an assistant admin right now (IIRC, you were looking for one a while back). Even if I were, I am not very familiar with Joomla or Kunena forums, and I don't even know for certain which RDBMS you are using, so I wouldn't be able to do anything right away. Sorry.

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1 year 7 months ago #60197 by DerpHaven
DerpHaven replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
I'm getting the same error for both the Original Timeline and the Second Gen Canon archives.

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1 year 7 months ago - 1 year 7 months ago #60199 by Kristin Darken
Kristin Darken replied the topic: Broken link to Original TIme line from Read Stories Link
That's just a oddball result (side effect) of some maintanence I was doing (this afternoon) to prevent the original problem from happening again any time soon. Basically, logs, backups and a variety of cache-ing data is stored temporarily in the process of running the site. The temp section of the site is restricted to specific limits on how much it will allow to be stored there. The amount is actually pretty significant (though not in terms of home computer hard drives)... but in the sense that you have to access a whole lot of text files to accumulate gigabytes of data caching... it was a lot. And we only pay for so much storage on the VM.

Or... to put it another way. I did spring cleaning and had a yard sale.We should be good for another couple years... unless something is generating data in those folders at a much higher rate than it should be. Usually, that sort of thing implies malicious activity... which we could, in theory, experience.

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