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paddygreen defaults to blackcandy !


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DaveP

26 November 2007 at 2:30pm Community Member, 48 Posts

Hi everyone,

I have set up a fresh site using paddygreen.

But when I visit the site, the home page often defaults to blackcandy.

Then I do an F5 and all is well.

Any thoughts ?

This is SS 2.2 RC3 on
Apache 2
PHP 5.24
MySQL 5.045

cheers, Dave Porter

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Damo

26 November 2007 at 3:27pm 5 Posts

Sounds like you need to rebuild the db or flush the cache.

I recommend tacking db/build on the end and after that, tacking ?flush=1 on the end of your URL.

That usually works for most templatey/phantom-content quirks.

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DaveP

26 November 2007 at 4:32pm Community Member, 48 Posts

Hi Damo,

Thanks for your suggestion, but both the db flush and the cache flush have been done numerous times during the setting up of the site, so I don't see how doing it again is going to change anything.

So anyway I just tried it again - did the db first then the cache flush and guess what - after the cache flush it went to the blackcandy !!!!

Again F5 ( without the /?flush=1 and all is well ! )

cheers, Dave Porter

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rbarreiros

26 November 2007 at 5:10pm Community Member, 21 Posts

Hello Dave,

That usually happens to me, and usually it's firefox.

what usually happens to me is this (just to make sure it's the same)

i go to http://localhost/ doesn't show the changes
i hit refresh, add ?flush=1, it shows
if i go again to http://localhost/ for example new tab and write it down, doesn't show the changes

I usually clear firefox cache as a last resort, but, most of the times shift+refresh (to force firefox to update his cache) solves the problem.

Best regards,

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DaveP

26 November 2007 at 5:40pm Community Member, 48 Posts

Hi Thanks for your thoughts...

But I'm getting it in Internet Explorer too ( as well as Firefox )

I just accessed a clients server, to make sure it was not an issue with my local machine or ISP cache and got the blackcandy !

Thanks anyway.

Dave