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tried disabled bp
remove the whole buddypress,
all original, un-edited files.
how about checking all blog posts and all pm to akismet/typepad antispam?
only certain trusted group are excluded.
or perhaps after the user post a dozen good, non-spam content…
possibly, there exist new semi automatic method?
a spambot that present to human a captcha so that the spammer only need to enter the captcha and everything else is automatic…?
i’ll set my timezone same as the servers.
looks like a different problem(bug?)
yes i disable all plugins on the blog that’s causing the problem.
and yes i still have this issue.
will try the timezone fix see if it fix too.
i even deactivated all plugins in the blog.
changed themes few times.
i check between the blog that cause problem and the blog listed before it,
all have same plugin activated.
i did remove the plugins
i did switch back the theme
like i said, it might not related to the plugin. (can i edit the title?)
it’s the hoardhunter blog that i first found the problem.
but it seem happen randomly to other blogs as well.
if i see the html source, the error is right after
so it seems that bp cannot correctly calculate the time the blog last active.
this might related to timezone problem.
as i also mention the other problem:
on homepage, the members list, the newest registered member have this under their name:
‘registered [Adjust Time Zone] ago’
which also seem to me that bp cannot correctly calculate the time.
somebody please explain…
if i already have object-cache.php
do i still need db-cache?
isnt both do the same thing?
what i have in mind is outsourced the media hosting to imageshack or tinypic or divshare….
so that users can upload directly to those host from the posting dashboard.
too bad this divshare plugin not working anymore
(i think…) everytime someone sign up for new blog the db-cache is disabled.
how do we force the check and always make dbcache enabled?
i tried remove this lines from db-options.php
/* if (!isset($config[‘enabled’]))
$config[‘enabled’] = false;
$cache_enabled = false;
and leave only this line:
$cache_enabled = true;
but dbcache does not seems enabled.
yes i just see the tag form.
at https://buddypress.org/forums/ very top on the sidebar ,
the report bug button takes me to forbidden. (not 404)
i guess maybe it need a separate account ??
it’s not always the same blog with that error.
the blog list is always cycles. and the error seems always there no matter what blog is listed.
also another (possibly related) problem:
on the members list, the newest registered member have this under their name:
‘registered [Adjust Time Zone] ago’
it seems that only after a day or so, it can actually calculate the corrent time (x day, y hour ago)
but when i go to the member page http://mywebsite/members
everything shown up ok.
the newest member show up correctly:
active x hours ago.
actually i dont mind get the trouble in first time installing things.
my actual concern is when it’s time to upgrade.
will the upgrade smooth? or everything fall apart and we need to build up each pieces together again??
i just checked again. i see the problem is not the plugin.
i removed the plugin. the error still there.
the error always there, regardles what/which blogs is listed there.
it seems to be always on third blog listed in mydomainname.com/blogs
ok i test it myself.
use plugin manager to activate dbcache and it will work for all blog.
coz it saves the settings on db-cache.ini so any changes to the settings apply to all blogs.
you might want to chmod so that this file not writeable so that others do not change any dbcache settings.
it’s buddypress with multi domain setup.
tried on gobloglah.com
seem works ok.
just one thing….
it need to be enabled to works.
how can we enabled db-cache for all other blogs?
or, does it just works?