I can't post pictures

Discussion in 'gV engineering' started by Kick Frenzy, 14 May 2015.

  1. Mulch

    Mulch Why does the drum come hither?
    Psychedelic

    i meant linking images

    i can't link an image in who gives a shit
     
  2. Govi

    Govi Ça va chier.
    Bitchy

    I, too, cannot. Weird. It's something remote to the site, if I remember rightly. Xenforo master control on MDMA or something.
     
  3. Govi

    Govi Ça va chier.
    Bitchy

    blonde_faerie_3_by_mistweaversrealm.jpg

    This is the link that I tried to post in order to hotlink the above image, hotlinking which did not work: httpX://img12.deviantart.net/3416/i/2009/261/7/f/blonde_faerie_3_by_mistweaversrealm.jpg
    (throw out the X in httpX://)
     
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  4. Govi

    Govi Ça va chier.
    Bitchy

    Forgot to say, I had to throw in the "X" in httpX:// in order to get the link to paste. Without the "X", my post just hung, never posted.
     
  5. Govi

    Govi Ça va chier.
    Bitchy

    Ça va chier.
     
  6. Kick Frenzy

    Kick Frenzy HUZZAH!
    Scurvy

    Yup, seems to be happening to me too.
    Tried posting here and in the Kick Box... neither worked.
     
  7. nina

    nina still prettier than you
    Nerdy

    [​IMG]
     
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  8. nina

    nina still prettier than you
    Nerdy

    for whatever reason, restarting apache seems to fix this.
    i may just set up a cron.
     
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  9. Kick Frenzy

    Kick Frenzy HUZZAH!
    Scurvy

  10. Kick Frenzy

    Kick Frenzy HUZZAH!
    Scurvy

    Yay!
    It works again!
     
  11. Mulch

    Mulch Why does the drum come hither?
    Psychedelic

    apache should auto restart to refresh logs either twice a day or every 2 hours, i think, depending on your config unless you are pipelining logs, in order to close out, save, and open a new log file

    (i only know this because today i was examining my normal server log because my error log wasnt giving me the info i was looking for and i noticed an apache restart and i looked up the code and found this out)

    if you have enabled pipelining, it might be preferable to have it have to restart twice a day to prevent that odd error and use a native feature instead of cron
     
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  12. nina

    nina still prettier than you
    Nerdy

    thats a pretty good idea. i hadnt considered that.
     
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