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Started by Gryzor, 11:33, 04 March 23
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Quote from: ervin on 06:04, 04 July 23I'm still getting this every day when I try to load the forum.This page isn't working at the momentwww.cpcwiki.eu can't currently handle this request.HTTP ERROR 500It doesn't seem to matter which browser I use, or where I log in from (home or work).It takes anywhere from 4 to 8 refreshes before the page finally loads.
Quote from: eto on 08:07, 04 July 23it's surprising that it's only the first page and "mark all messages as read".
Quote from: Gryzor on 08:29, 04 July 23Yup, and it's been driving me crazy.
Quote from: eto on 09:08, 04 July 23Quote from: Gryzor on 08:29, 04 July 23Yup, and it's been driving me crazy. I can imagine... I'm dealing with mysterious bugs on a daily basis in my job. Those are the most frustrating bugs, when it's hard to reproduce and impossible to log. 3 observations:- It only happens when navigating to https://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum or https://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/index.php. No other URLs have been affected in my case at least. - instead of reloading several times it also seems to be possible to just wait a couple of seconds (however, could not reproduce with 100% certainty)- "mark all messages as read" also always has that effect. (but maybe because it redirects to the above mentioned URL)
Quote from: ervin on 12:06, 06 July 23Hmmm... something must have changed. The last 3 times I've visited the forum, it has loaded instantly!
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:47, 06 July 23Well, you know what? Remember what I wrote the other day about my robot vacuum? I discussed the server issue with a very knowledgeable friend of mine, tried to show him and it was running fine. So I guess the fix is to just report the problem to a technical person. If it happens again I'll ask my friend again.
Quote from: pelrun on 02:32, 07 July 23Take a photo of your learned friend, print it out and stick it up facing a browser running the forum. You'll fool it into thinking it's being watched and it'll work perfectly from then on.
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