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Post by cavity »

i hate to be a pita... but i keep getting this error when logged in.
Error in submit of UNrestricted forum

DEBUG MODE

SQL Error : 1030 Got error 134 from table handler

DELETE FROM phpbb1_read_history WHERE user_id = 8086 AND topic_id = 2456

Line : 212
File : /var/www/html/board/includes/read_history.php
and ive been logging out to read the topics, then clicking reply and logging in there. then after replying i have to logout again.
I'm using firefox 1.0 on win2kpro if it makes a difference
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Post by Derek »

cavity wrote:i hate to be a pita... but i keep getting this error when logged in.
Error in submit of UNrestricted forum

DEBUG MODE

SQL Error : 1030 Got error 134 from table handler

DELETE FROM phpbb1_read_history WHERE user_id = 8086 AND topic_id = 2456

Line : 212
File : /var/www/html/board/includes/read_history.php
and ive been logging out to read the topics, then clicking reply and logging in there. then after replying i have to logout again.
I'm using firefox 1.0 on win2kpro if it makes a difference
Should be fixed as of this moment.

Let me know! :)
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it seems to be fixed, thanks :D
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Post by davd_bob »

cavity wrote:i hate to be a pita... but i keep getting this error when logged in.
Error in submit of UNrestricted forum

DEBUG MODE

SQL Error : 1030 Got error 134 from table handler

DELETE FROM phpbb1_read_history WHERE user_id = 8086 AND topic_id = 2456

Line : 212
File : /var/www/html/board/includes/read_history.php
and ive been logging out to read the topics, then clicking reply and logging in there. then after replying i have to logout again.
I'm using firefox 1.0 on win2kpro if it makes a difference
Geez. I couldn't read anything for almost a month and got the same issue. Great idea to be logged out to read the message board. I wish I would have been smart enough to come up with that. There were somthing like 95 unread last time I couldn't get in...now theres 24.

BTW Derek,
I am getting in now. Thanks for fixing it.
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Post by Derek »

davd_bob wrote:
cavity wrote:i hate to be a pita... but i keep getting this error when logged in.
Error in submit of UNrestricted forum

DEBUG MODE

SQL Error : 1030 Got error 134 from table handler

DELETE FROM phpbb1_read_history WHERE user_id = 8086 AND topic_id = 2456

Line : 212
File : /var/www/html/board/includes/read_history.php
and ive been logging out to read the topics, then clicking reply and logging in there. then after replying i have to logout again.
I'm using firefox 1.0 on win2kpro if it makes a difference
Geez. I couldn't read anything for almost a month and got the same issue. Great idea to be logged out to read the message board. I wish I would have been smart enough to come up with that. There were somthing like 95 unread last time I couldn't get in...now theres 24.

BTW Derek,
I am getting in now. Thanks for fixing it.
Sorry for taking so long Dave.

It's a recurring problem with the read-history database (that is why your read-count was reset). I'm not entirely sure why it happens though.

Gotta run so I'll hold further explanation.

Derek
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Post by InactiveX »

The clock seems to be quite a way out. I have just posted at 4:40pm, and the post showed up as having been made at 7:01pm.

Could you fix this please?
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Post by purrkur »

InactiveX wrote:The clock seems to be quite a way out. I have just posted at 4:40pm, and the post showed up as having been made at 7:01pm.

Could you fix this please?
Yo InactiveX!

In your Profile you will find a "Timezone" entry where you specify GMT +/- whatever your location is. Do you have the correct entry there?

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Post by Derek »

purrkur wrote:
InactiveX wrote:The clock seems to be quite a way out. I have just posted at 4:40pm, and the post showed up as having been made at 7:01pm.

Could you fix this please?
Yo InactiveX!

In your Profile you will find a "Timezone" entry where you specify GMT +/- whatever your location is. Do you have the correct entry there?

Cheers,
The clock was indeed 2 hours fast:D

I updated the system time and everything should be dated properly from this point forward.
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Post by InactiveX »

Thanks Derek!
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Post by Billl »

I've never found the clock to be even close to being on time? I set my profile time to GMT -5 hrs, which should be USA EST? Maybe it's just me? But I do enjoy the stats page so don't take this as a complaint Derek, just a comment. :)


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Post by Derek »

Billl wrote:I've never found the clock to be even close to being on time? I set my profile time to GMT -5 hrs, which should be USA EST? Maybe it's just me? But I do enjoy the stats page so don't take this as a complaint Derek, just a comment. :)


Billl
Hi Billl,

No problem, however the clock should be correct now, is it not?

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Post by Billl »

Derek wrote:
Billl wrote:I've never found the clock to be even close to being on time? I set my profile time to GMT -5 hrs, which should be USA EST? Maybe it's just me? But I do enjoy the stats page so don't take this as a complaint Derek, just a comment. :)


Billl
Hi Billl,

No problem, however the clock should be correct now, is it not?

Derek
Maybe I just can't tell time :) I guess I forget to compensate for the actual time versus the time the last update was made. But anyway I love the stats page. And on that subject, look out Hyperspace here I come :cheers:


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Post by InactiveX »

When I try to reply using the "Quick Reply" box, I get a message saying "You must enter a message when posting."

This happens even though I have typed a message.

It seems to affect Mozilla Firefox 1.0 but the problem doesn't occur with Internet Exploder.

Could you fix it please Derek?
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Post by hyperspace »

testing

Hmmm...

I'm using FireFox 1.0.
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Post by Derek »

So is it working then?
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Post by hyperspace »

Derek wrote:So is it working then?
On my system, Firefox works.
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Post by hyperspace »

Another test from Quick Reply:

test
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Post by InactiveX »

Very strange. Still not working for me.

Hyperspace, which OS are you using? I'm using Windows XP Pro.
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Win2KPro SP4. I'll try WinXP SP2, when I get home.
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Post by hyperspace »

Testing Quick Reply: from WinXP SP2/FireFox 1.0.

testing, 1, 2, 3...
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Post by InactiveX »

How odd. Must be something to do with my PC. Sorry about that.

Nevermind, I'll just reply in the normal way.
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Post by hyperspace »

Dude! (derek)

Check out this thread: http://www.bp6.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=2645

Maybe it's that database issue...

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