VizionEck.com is now using https

Started by Legend, Nov 07, 2018, 06:52 PM

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Legend

Let me know if encounter any issues.

Xevross

Not sure if its related but lots of threads are staying as unread when they are very much read.

Legend

Not sure if its related but lots of threads are staying as unread when they are very much read.
Yes that seems to have stopped at least for me. Let me know if it persists.

edt: it's back

Legend


Xevross


Legend


the-pi-guy

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tesser
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The tesseract is not to be used so lightly!  
Already it is starting to split things unnaturally.  

Legend

Nov 07, 2018, 08:41 PM Last Edit: Nov 07, 2018, 08:47 PM by Legend
Ok it should be good.

When using https instead of http, a specific database of values is not refreshed in real time. I still need to do a bit of work to change that but I stopped it from affecting threads. Now it's only a problem when posting.

Xevross

Ok it should be good.

When using https instead of http, a specific database of values is not refreshed in real time. I still need to do a bit of work to change that but I stopped it from affecting threads. Now it's only a problem when posting.
Narrator: it wasn't good.

Legend

Narrator: it wasn't good.
You're still having issues outside of posting?

Xevross

You're still having issues outside of posting?
I was, this thread was unread until I actually posted in it.

the-pi-guy

Ok it should be good.

When using https instead of http, a specific database of values is not refreshed in real time. I still need to do a bit of work to change that but I stopped it from affecting threads. Now it's only a problem when posting.
This post was the only time I had trouble with unread.

Who knew adding an s would cause so much trouble.  

works fine for me
You barely ever post, you haven't had things set in yet.

Legend

Nov 08, 2018, 12:22 AM Last Edit: Nov 08, 2018, 12:34 AM by Legend
I'm really not sure what's up.

If a person is using http and they post, the cache is cleared and recreated with the updated information. If a person is using https and they post, the cache is not cleared.

edt:

@the-1/2 tau-guy

You'll find this one amusing. I found a solution! If I check to see if the cache file still exists immediately after deleting it and if I put the results of that check into an error log, the cache stays deleted. It sure looks like I have some timings issues going on and this works purely because it slows the server down, but it's still odd.

Xevross

Its literally just this thread which isn't working for me now.

Legend

Its literally just this thread which isn't working for me now.
Yeah I just turned off caching.