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  • #1043321
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    Just so you know, what’s going today isn’t wholy unexpected because I upgraded some elements of the morning. Anyway I’ve been chasing bugs all day but we’re getting there…

    #1151400
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I reverted and all is well again. I guess the version of vbulletin we’re running isn’t quite fully compatible and especially not some of the custom code we’re using…

    #1205902
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I reverted and all is well again. I guess the version of vbulletin we’re running isn’t quite fully compatible and especially not some of the custom code we’re using…

    #1151413
    Raj
    Participant

    :group_hug:group_hug:group_hug:group_hug:group_hug

    Nightmare for you :flowers: take a deep breath :group_hug

    #1205925
    Raj
    Participant

    :group_hug:group_hug:group_hug:group_hug:group_hug

    Nightmare for you :flowers: take a deep breath :group_hug

    #1151410
    SdZ
    Participant

    Are you getting some strange error about ‘Illegal Division by Zero on Calendar.php line blah blah’ ?

    Ive been trying to migrate Level 1 to the new server and i just cant get past this annoying error!

    #1205920
    SdZ
    Participant

    Are you getting some strange error about ‘Illegal Division by Zero on Calendar.php line blah blah’ ?

    Ive been trying to migrate Level 1 to the new server and i just cant get past this annoying error!

    #1151401
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I haven’t had that but we’re running older code which is probably quite different. What’s the exact error? I’ll see what I can dig up for you…

    #1205904
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I haven’t had that but we’re running older code which is probably quite different. What’s the exact error? I’ll see what I can dig up for you…

    #1151406
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    incidentally I’ve noticed a few blog entries recently berating open source software developers of applications with interpreted languages like PHP, Asterisk etc for deprecating syntax so often (and thus breaking code that was working perfectly in previous versions :you_crazy)

    #1205913
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    incidentally I’ve noticed a few blog entries recently berating open source software developers of applications with interpreted languages like PHP, Asterisk etc for deprecating syntax so often (and thus breaking code that was working perfectly in previous versions :you_crazy)

    #1151402
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I know it’s a right pain! The result of my testing is we can’t upgrade unless we also move to a newer version of vBulletin but we’re heavily moded which it makes prohibitive unless there’s something worth gaining from it which there isn’t…

    #1205906
    Techno Viking
    Participant

    I know it’s a right pain! The result of my testing is we can’t upgrade unless we also move to a newer version of vBulletin but we’re heavily moded which it makes prohibitive unless there’s something worth gaining from it which there isn’t…

    #1151411
    SdZ
    Participant

    Were on 3.6 at level 1 and it seems fine. Were running PHP5 already on both servers but when i move the server from one machine to another it seems to work fine apart from the calendar warnings.

    I might take advantage of vBulletin support and get them to login and have a play.

    I try to not install too many mods cause of the issues it causes when upgrading etc..

    #1205922
    SdZ
    Participant

    Were on 3.6 at level 1 and it seems fine. Were running PHP5 already on both servers but when i move the server from one machine to another it seems to work fine apart from the calendar warnings.

    I might take advantage of vBulletin support and get them to login and have a play.

    I try to not install too many mods cause of the issues it causes when upgrading etc..

    #1151414
    Raj
    Participant

    custom mods are a screaming nightmare :hiding: we have a lot of custom skins etc on the dc and upgrading it to release candidate 3 gold is something we are dreading but will have to do. we are planning to install a shadow forum and play with that till it works right – then we will get the staff to log in and poke around to see whats broken until we are happy with it. we have a fraction of your users so you have my sympathy about upgrades :group_hug

    :flowers: guys the sites both look great ๐Ÿ˜‰ though

    #1205927
    Raj
    Participant

    custom mods are a screaming nightmare :hiding: we have a lot of custom skins etc on the dc and upgrading it to release candidate 3 gold is something we are dreading but will have to do. we are planning to install a shadow forum and play with that till it works right – then we will get the staff to log in and poke around to see whats broken until we are happy with it. we have a fraction of your users so you have my sympathy about upgrades :group_hug

    :flowers: guys the sites both look great ๐Ÿ˜‰ though

    #1151407
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    Raj wrote:
    custom mods are a screaming nightmare :hiding:

    Every time I get a source code update for the telephone system I am building, I have to manually patch raw C code just to get caller ID to display on “internal” calls between sites (as BT send a peculiar ringing pattern down the line for these calls, thus confusing the software which when set to “UK mode” merely expects to “hear” a standard UK ringing pattern.

    Someone put in a kludge to stop the box clearing down the line (which is what it did previously) but it broke caller ID on these calls.

    I found out how to stop it but the patch is out of date compared to current source code so I had to find the insertion point by inspecting the code!

    one missing “{” or “}” and the whole lot is fucked and the code is nested loops actually doing DSP in software (something I barely understand)

    managed to sort it in the end but it just shows how the moment you do custom stuff it all becomes a bit more complex…

    #1205914
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    Raj wrote:
    custom mods are a screaming nightmare :hiding:

    Every time I get a source code update for the telephone system I am building, I have to manually patch raw C code just to get caller ID to display on “internal” calls between sites (as BT send a peculiar ringing pattern down the line for these calls, thus confusing the software which when set to “UK mode” merely expects to “hear” a standard UK ringing pattern.

    Someone put in a kludge to stop the box clearing down the line (which is what it did previously) but it broke caller ID on these calls.

    I found out how to stop it but the patch is out of date compared to current source code so I had to find the insertion point by inspecting the code!

    one missing “{” or “}” and the whole lot is fucked and the code is nested loops actually doing DSP in software (something I barely understand)

    managed to sort it in the end but it just shows how the moment you do custom stuff it all becomes a bit more complex…

    #1151412
    SdZ
    Participant

    I think ive nailed it!

    I was exporting the DB without adding a couple of arguments :

    mysqldump –opt -Q -uUSERNAME -p DATABASENAME > /PATH/TO/DUMP.SQL

    Simple as that. Grrrr its always something simple!

    Looks like i can move the server to the new faster machine at last. Should improve the load when busy. :weee:

    #1205923
    SdZ
    Participant

    I think ive nailed it!

    I was exporting the DB without adding a couple of arguments :

    mysqldump –opt -Q -uUSERNAME -p DATABASENAME > /PATH/TO/DUMP.SQL

    Simple as that. Grrrr its always something simple!

    Looks like i can move the server to the new faster machine at last. Should improve the load when busy. :weee:

    #1151415
    Raj
    Participant
    SdZ wrote:
    I think ive nailed it!

    I was exporting the DB without adding a couple of arguments :

    mysqldump –opt -Q -uUSERNAME -p DATABASENAME > /PATH/TO/DUMP.SQL

    Simple as that. Grrrr its always something simple!

    Looks like i can move the server to the new faster machine at last. Should improve the load when busy. :weee:

    its always something small and annoying – well done SdZ for finding it ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1205929
    Raj
    Participant
    SdZ wrote:
    I think ive nailed it!

    I was exporting the DB without adding a couple of arguments :

    mysqldump –opt -Q -uUSERNAME -p DATABASENAME > /PATH/TO/DUMP.SQL

    Simple as that. Grrrr its always something simple!

    Looks like i can move the server to the new faster machine at last. Should improve the load when busy. :weee:

    its always something small and annoying – well done SdZ for finding it ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1151403
    Techno Viking
    Participant
    General Lighting wrote:
    Every time I get a source code update for the telephone system I am building, I have to manually patch raw C code just to get caller ID to display on “internal” calls between sites (as BT send a peculiar ringing pattern down the line for these calls, thus confusing the software which when set to “UK mode” merely expects to “hear” a standard UK ringing pattern.

    Someone put in a kludge to stop the box clearing down the line (which is what it did previously) but it broke caller ID on these calls.

    I found out how to stop it but the patch is out of date compared to current source code so I had to find the insertion point by inspecting the code!

    one missing “{” or “}” and the whole lot is fucked and the code is nested loops actually doing DSP in software (something I barely understand)

    managed to sort it in the end but it just shows how the moment you do custom stuff it all becomes a bit more complex…

    You should see the utter load shit we’re trying to roll out at work for VOIP…

    #1205908
    Techno Viking
    Participant
    General Lighting wrote:
    Every time I get a source code update for the telephone system I am building, I have to manually patch raw C code just to get caller ID to display on “internal” calls between sites (as BT send a peculiar ringing pattern down the line for these calls, thus confusing the software which when set to “UK mode” merely expects to “hear” a standard UK ringing pattern.

    Someone put in a kludge to stop the box clearing down the line (which is what it did previously) but it broke caller ID on these calls.

    I found out how to stop it but the patch is out of date compared to current source code so I had to find the insertion point by inspecting the code!

    one missing “{” or “}” and the whole lot is fucked and the code is nested loops actually doing DSP in software (something I barely understand)

    managed to sort it in the end but it just shows how the moment you do custom stuff it all becomes a bit more complex…

    You should see the utter load shit we’re trying to roll out at work for VOIP…

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