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Re: Aston Themes Hacked ?
  • 2005/7/12 18:36

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[offtopic]
How many emails can XOOPS handle ?
I agree 20.000 is a bit much but where is the limit at the moment ?
I am busy converting a site with over 1200 members.
Am I going to run into problems when sending them the monthly newsletter ?

I tend to agree with Jan304 that it is something which could do with fixing
[/offtopic]
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highlander
Re: Upgrade Xoops 2.0.6 to 2.0.13
  • 2005/7/12 18:29

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I dont know if there have been any database changes between 2.0.6 and 2.0.13 but for the files you could :
1 - download all the patches.
2 - extract them all to the same location starting at 2.0.6 and working your way up to 2.0.13
3 - upload what you have created.

Greetings Highlander

p.s. personally I would do the updates one-by-one checking the website for errors as I go. However I cant see anything wrong with my suggested solution IF you extract in the right order.

p.p.s. beware of any db changes there might have been between 2.0.6 and 2.0.13 (I havent even been using XOOPS that long )
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Re: synchronize local Xoops site with hosted site
  • 2005/7/12 18:23

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Hi Xavier,

Apart from not really understanding why you would have a laptop version leading; maybe for testing or conversion ?

If I would have to have a go at automating the process I would probably go for the following :

Cronjob on laptop -> create *.sql database export
ftpsync -> files + db export onto hosted server
Cronjob on server -> import *.sql database export

However if you require that the files only be moved now and then or just a couple of times doing it by hand might be easier.

greetings Highlander
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Re: moving from newbb to cbb
  • 2005/7/12 18:05

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Sure, your forum posts will be just fine !

I believe you can get the update packages you need here :
CBB website
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$xoopsModuleConfig is driving me nuts !
  • 2005/7/12 13:17

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Hi All,

I am attempting to wirte a module and have become stuck on the module config options.

In xoops_version.php I have the following :
$modversion['config'][1]['name'] = 'pics';
$modversion['config'][1]['title'] = '_MI_PED_PICS';
$modversion['config'][1]['description'] = '_MI_PED_PICS_DESC';
$modversion['config'][1]['formtype'] = 'yesno';
$modversion['config'][1]['valuetype'] = 'int';
$modversion['config'][1]['default'] = 0;
(shows up nicely in the admin side)

in my index.php I check for the value and assign it to the template :
$pic $xoopsModuleConfig['pics'];
$xoopsTpl->assign("pics"$pic);


"Smarty debug" shows me the value for "pics" is always 1. But I can see it is 0 in the database (prefix_config).
I can change the value on the admin side (yes or no) but it stays the same (value:1) once it reaches the template.
"Echo"ing $pic does not show any value at all.

I have also tried Herve's "getmoduleoption"-snippet with exactly the same results.

Does anyone know what is going on here ???
How do I get admin variables (yes/no in my case) into my template ??

Kind regards,
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highlander
Re: Backup test site
  • 2005/7/7 21:34

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As far as I can see you have two different XOOPS installations and there is no interaction between the two so nothing can go wrong. Most likely error is making changes in the wrong XOOPS install by accident.
The only reason I can think of for wanting to do it this way is so you have a test site to make changes on before you make the changes in the production website.
If you want a construction as the one you describe for backup purposes I would look into the use of cron-jobs and having an offline copy of the XOOPS files and database.

Kind regards Highlander
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highlander
Re: Sad with XCgal
  • 2005/6/22 15:39

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Like XCgal most good gallery modules have a batch upload feature making it easy to use the images from XCgal.

Personally I think XCgal is the best.



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Re: Upgrading my server. What specs to look for?
  • 2005/6/14 10:48

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I have to agree with Jan304 on this one !

Buy a server and place it in a datacenter and just pay for the internet connection and the bandwisth you use.
It will be alot cheaper and you'll have full control over the server.

Good luck !



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Re: Upload Large Mysql DB
  • 2005/6/9 14:44

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Hi Malexandria,

You could cut the .sql file up into parts and load them in that way. might take you a while but it will work.

Another option I have used in the past is copy all the .sql data onto the clipboard and then using firefox (explorer craches) paste it into the sql window of phpmyadmin. You will have to wait a long time as it is sending 30megs down the line. It will seem like your machine has frozen but then when you least expect it the phpmyadmin window will show your wuery. Now just hit submit and your wuesries will execute.

Both options are not very pretty but have worken well for me in the past.

Kind regards, Highlander



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Re: Xoops overloading my Server
  • 2005/5/11 10:33

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Like Karuna said; try turning on MySQL debug and record its output. It will tell you were the queries are coming from.

I suggest running it as user who is not logged in; as a user who is logged in and as an admin and compare the results for a specif set af pages (make an excel-file)

This should make it possible for you to find out where all these queries are coming from..

good luck; Highlander




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