[development] Upgrade to 6.8/6.9 breaks all taxonomy listings

Nathaniel Catchpole catch56 at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 16 10:03:59 UTC 2009

If you find a bug, in 99% of cases there'll already be a report on the issue
queue, like this one http://drupal.org/node/345080

You can search the issue queue using
http://drupal.org/project/issues/search/drupal - only a very small
proportion of people working on core look at the forums, which IMO should
never be used to post bug reports since there's no tracking whatsoever and
because they're completely outside the normal core and contrib workflow.

If you could run the upgrade again and post any error messages to that
issue, it might help tracking it down.


On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 9:05 AM, M. Fioretti <mfioretti at nexaima.net> wrote:

> Greetings,
> I *do* know that is list is for development, not for support, sorry. But I
> have already tried two times, both on the support list and in the drupal
> forums, to get some answer, any answer to something which probably
> requires top drupal expertise to solve. I got a serious problem which I
> explained in detail here:
> http://drupal.org/node/356394
> http://drupal.org/node/358739
> (for the record, I just upgraded to 6.9 and nothing changed).
> I'm a bit worried that in one week there was no reaction whatever to
> something like this. Didn't I provide enough information? How can I find
> out what went wrong and how to fix it? I have no problem to study
> documentation or do command line work myself. I also have ssh and
> phpmyadmin access to that server, but honestly I need some pointer to get
> started in the right direction (assuming this is a problem in my site and
> not a bug in Drupal).
> What's the problem? Why did those listing disappear? Please let me know
> and don't hesitate to ask for more info, tests to run on the server,
> whatever.
> TIA,
> Marco
> --
> Help *everybody* love Free Standards and Software:
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