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Upgraded to 0.9.0.4, now one single forum link does not work


  • bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    I am not sure how to fix this. Please help!

    I upgraded from 0.9.0.1 to 0.9.0.4, and now, in the forum views section, one single forum will not load.

    http://bedbugger.com/forum/

    Scroll down to forum views and click “Treatment.”

    Every other forum view will load. It’s just the one.

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  • _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    That’s really strange.

    Just a total guess, try doing a full recount from admin menu.

    There might be something weird in the forum table or something with the topic table for topics in that forum.

    In theory you could downgrade to 0.9.0.3

    There also might be a plugin causing problems.


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Thanks, _ck_. I really appreciate your input.

    I deactivated all my plugins and it still happened.

    I also did a full recount.

    I appreciate any other suggestions. Thanks!


    _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    There has to be something funky in the database then that’s preventing the list of topics from loading for that forum.

    Can you see that forum in the forum list in the admin area?

    The RSS for posts works:

    http://bedbugger.com/forum/rss/forum/treatment

    but not for topics

    http://bedbugger.com/forum/rss/forum/treatment/topics

    so it has to be something corrupt in the topics table

    do you have phpmyadmin ?


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Yes– I have phpmyadmin. Any suggestions?

    Many thanks for your help.


    _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    go into phpmyadmin and go into the bb_topics table

    then search by that forum id #

    look for anything that might have weird data corruption


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Hi _ck_,

    Ugh– I am looking but I really have no clue about this or what I am looking for.

    I did check the table and analyze the table but it came up all clear.

    I don’t suppose I can hire you for a small job? :-)


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    I am not sure what data corruption would look like. I looked at the listings for many but not all of the 500+ posts in this forum_id. I did not see anything obvious. There were 18 pages of them.

    Not sure if this is useful but I also did a “Check Database” in MySQL Databases and it all came up clear.


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Update:

    My host was able to help.

    “Due to the amount of posts contained within the treatment forum, bbpress was reaching the maximum execution limit set by PHP which in effect caused the software to stop processing the feed.”

    They put in a custom php.ini to allow a longer execution time and now the RSS of the topics works fine.

    I may still need a consultant some time, so the question still stands, but this crisis is averted. :-)


    _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    That’s actually very interesting, and I suspect something was wrong on there side.

    Max PHP execution time is typically 30 seconds by default. There is no way it takes that long.

    Unless maybe they set it to some ridiculously low number like 1 second.

    The RSS for topics loads in just under one second for me however.

    I do see that you allow a HUGE number of topics per forum page.

    I suspect that is for google, yes?


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Actually, the huge number of topics per forum is because I did not know how to break down the forums categorically by subject when I started.

    Now, I can either keep it as it is, or add some subtopics, I guess.

    Most people who post don’t bother selecting a forum. So the “meta” forum (About the Forums) has almost no legit topics, and about 2000 uncategorized ones. I should have made the default: uncategorized. But it is late for that now!

    Thanks again for all your help!


    bedbugger
    Member

    @bedbugger

    Oh… or maybe you just meant how many topics are displaying on a page. I see what you mean. I will fix that. :-)

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