[development] drupal.org caching too aggressive?
rob at robshouse.net
Thu Dec 6 07:55:52 UTC 2007
The APC issue doesn't apply here. It is a problem with the apc_cache
module which is still alpha code and not ready for use (would be nice if
someone would get interested in it and start working on it!)
Tomas J. Fulopp - Vacilando.org wrote:
> I know this looks not related but perhaps worth your attention,
> especially in case d.o. uses APC (I wouldn't know).
> Basically, behaviour same as described by Dave but noticed at editing
> nodes, also without Drupal's confirmation msg.
> David Cohen wrote:
>> In case it helps, when this happens I never see the confirmation message
>> which comes from drupal_set_message(). Which indicates something is
>> happening to $_SESSION data. Usually, when a drupal_set_message() is
>> not seen right away, it will appear eventually (next time a page is
>> viewed with that session still active).
>> On Wed, 5 Dec 2007 19:40:50 -0800, "Narayan Newton" <nnewton at osuosl.org>
>>> I'll be looking at this, but I really doubt its replication delay at
>>> this point...
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