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Subject: Re: [boost] Trac down?
From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-28 12:10:53

On 1/28/2011 10:36 AM, Rene Rivera wrote:
> On 1/28/2011 10:22 AM, John Maddock wrote:
>>>>> That's a serious impediment to building the 1.46.0 beta. I really
>>>>> need the release manager's checklist from the trac.
>>>>> Are others able to access Trac?
>>>> Not here.. And others seeing might actually be they are getting a
>>>> locally cached version of the pages. Investigating..
>>> I restarted the server.. Which seems to have fixed things for me. Not
>>> sure what happened to wedge it.
>> Although I've had no issues connecting to Trac recently I have found
>> that:
>> * Often I get a cached page and don't see updates to an issue for
>> example.
>> * I've had trouble getting logged in so I can change tickets - logging
>> in from the main page works OK, but from a trac issue page I don't get
>> to see the "logged in view" even after logging in... which means some
>> options aren't available for changing. It's all quite capricious though
>> so I wouldn't like to try and provide a test case!
> This is all an effect of too much caching on the client side. Not sure
> why this is happening. But you can recover on any page just by force
> reloading it.
> Note, on the server there's actually some weird interplay between Apache
> and Trac both adding cache headers. Something to fix eventually :-\

OK.. The caching problem should be fixed "accurately" now. There will be
a period where you will still get cached stuff because of your browser.
So you might want to flush your local cache entirely.

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