[pmwiki-users] Sudden strange behavior in pagelist
John.Boblitz at BERTSCHI.com
Thu Jan 26 03:40:37 CST 2012
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Peter Bowers [mailto:pbowers at pobox.com]
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 26. Januar 2012 10:33
> An: Boblitz John; pmwiki-users
> Betreff: Re: [pmwiki-users] Sudden strange behavior in pagelist
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 10:21 AM, Boblitz John
> <John.Boblitz at bertschi.com> wrote:
> > Unfortunatly, it is behind a corporate firewall.
> It's actually the data pages themselves (the content of the
> pages that you want listed in the pagelist rather than the
> content of the page with the pagelist markup) that would be
> more important -- I want to confirm that there is nothing on
> those pages that would disqualify them from being included in
> the list... But it's very difficult to do that via email. I
> would suggest zipping up your entire BWAPP group and
> transferring it to another instance of pmwiki (preferably on
> another server that is totally up-to-date with a
> plain-vanilla configuration [no or almost no recipes
> installed]) and see if it works there. If it works there
> then you have ruled out the content of the page as the source
> of error and you can focus completely on either your version
> of pmwiki or your PHP configuration or other configuration
> variables. If it doesn't work on a plain-vanilla, up-to-date
> pmwiki installation then you know to look more closely at the
> content of that page.
> Another possibility (an easier, quicker test) would be to
> create a new page on your existing pmwiki installation that
> has *only* the pagelist in question. If that works then it
> points much more strongly to the possibility of running into
> some type of memory limit or regex limit or something...
> Unfortunately if it doesn't work it doesn't tell you much of
> anything since that pagelist by itself could still be causing
> pmwiki to exceed a limit ... But that's probably where I would start.
Okay, I'll try that out ...
But as I said, the pages are quite simple, nothing special in them.
Maybe a [@ @] or two or rudimentary highlighting
Name is BWAPP.ProgrammerMeeting[YYYYMMDD] (Confirmed via edit screen & URL)
So, I'll try out your sugesstions and see what happens - if I find something, I'll post
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