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Posted by Asset 14 August, 2007 14:58

The Lounge posts keep resetting themselves as unread so every time I come back to it there is 500 or so new posts. Only happening with Lounge ones.

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Posted by mockney piers 14 August, 2007 15:30

Yeah, it seems to happen when a thread gets lounged from the gossip room.
And it does it in a really haphazard manner too, shooting fish in a barrel as it were.

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Posted by Mark 14 August, 2007 19:13

hmmm, I'll raise a ticket with the techies and keep an eye on it. If you notice anything else please let me know as more facts make it easier to establish what the actual cause is

Thanks for letting us know

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by SeanMacGabhann 15 August, 2007 09:20

Tell them what you believe the problem to be and say if they believe it too it will make the fix easier

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by mockney piers 15 August, 2007 09:31

We've a couple of problems with our scheduled overnight processes at the moment.
I'm going to stop with all this stupid scientific checking for bugs or issues in our data, and wave my hands over the servers. Hopefully the cosmic energy should sort the problem, or at least make the server feel better about itself.

You might want to suggest that to the phorum developers.

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Asset 15 August, 2007 09:46

I'll send some remote positive energy too - that should help.

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by mockney piers 15 August, 2007 09:52

That's great asset, thanks. I could give you our ip addresses and perhaps you could ping the server with nice aphorisms like

"I can accomplish anything because I am efficient and enterprising"
"I radiate charisma and personal energy" or
"I can tap my full creative power whenever I wish", that should do the trick.

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Posted by Administrator 15 August, 2007 09:55

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messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by mockney piers 16 August, 2007 10:01

Just happened again when you lounged the coffee bar thread. I had 30 'new' posts scattered haphazardly about older threads and haphazardly within those new threads.

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Asset 16 August, 2007 10:04

I had 212 new posts

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by mockney piers 16 August, 2007 10:15

where else in the world would "lounged the coffee bar thread" actually make sense?!?

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Asset 04 September, 2007 10:59

After the Plough thread was lounged I had about 70 new posts in the lounge, all of which I had read before. There must be a pattern to it but I haven't worked it out yet.

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Posted by mockney piers 04 September, 2007 11:04

Mark, is it possible to trace what the move thread button does. If it kicks off a stored procedure or embedded sql, I bet you there's some sort of a bug in there. Any chance you could zap it over so I could have a peek at it?

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Asset 04 September, 2007 13:55

It just happened in my Wanted section a few minutes ago, 40 odd new posts all read before.

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by peckhamboy 25 September, 2007 08:19

It's happened to me a couple of times - does seem to happen after a thread has been relocated. But also, any chance of a "Reset all new posts" button, so you don't have to reset each section individually? Or is there one already that I've never noticed?

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Mark 25 September, 2007 08:22

I'm trying to get a reset all posts button, when I do it'll replace the space where the donate button was at the bottom right of the page.

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by mockney piers 18 December, 2007 09:21

I keep getting 953 new threads and 22000 odd new posts on the general issues room, something odd is happening.
Or maybe that's just what happened over the last 2 weeks ;)

messageRe: reset new posts
Posted by Mark 18 December, 2007 12:00

hmmm, not sure. It's something to do with cookies and the database, too complicated for me to understand. I'm looking at moving the forum to the new upgraded software in the new year which will hopefully be faster and less "buggy" (although I think this one is pretty bug free unless you're definately searching for a special-ised new post)


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