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  1. Hi IPS, I'd like to make a suggestion to add a check box whenever upgrading an app to offer to automatically clear the system cache after an update. I've notice that 98% of the time when I do an app update my site will slow to an absolute crawl until I manually clear the system cache. It doesn't seem to matter if it is an Invision app or a marketplace app. It would be nice when doing the upgrade to just check a box so that the script will auto clear cache when its done. If this option is already available, maybe make it in a more obvious spot because I don't see it. Thanks, Drew
  2. I'm having the same issue as the above two posts.
  3. Also, sorting by date disabled doesn't work properly. I haven't quite figured out the pattern of what it is doing. But it doesn't seem to be in any particular order.
  4. When I go to manually unblock a member I'm getting 2S119/1 The CSRF protection key did not match. This may indicate a plugin or theme is out of date. Please contact technical support for more information.
  5. Is there something I need to enable? It doesn't seem to be working for me. It only seems to work if you copy the link from the website. There needs to be an embed enabled for people using the Share Link option from the app. There is a different URL structure.
  6. You should probably consider switching to innodb, but yes it would alter those also.
  7. Hi, does this change require a specific server I am told shared server cannot support this change, thanks It should work on any server you have ssh access to, shared or not. You specify the database name in the file so it will only alter tables in that database and it will only all you to make changes if you have the username and password for your database ( which you must have to run IPS in the first place) tl/dr yes it will work on shared server as long as you can run the script.
  8. It changes everything to dynamic, which is the latest default for Barracuda anyway. If your other CMS can handle dynamic, there shouldn't be any harm in allowing those rows to go dynamic.
  9. For those of you who have SSH access, I've created a bash script. You'll need your database name, database user, and database password. Unzip this file, edit the file to replace the database name (without quotes), username (with quotes) and password (with quotes) Upload it to a directory and run ./compact2dynamic.sh delete the file when it is finished. Some tables will take a significant amount of time to complete. My Search Index table took 20 minutes. After it is complete, run an Optimize Table on all tables (I use phpMyAdmin for this) and all should be well. This script worked just fine on my setup and removed the warning in the control panel about the compact row types. As always Caviar Empty... or whatever. compact2dynamic.zip
  10. Perfect timing! I'll go update. Edit: Wait, no. I want something that will run a query to alter the table, not just tell me I have tables that need to be altered.
  11. Some sort of script that will search out all tables with compact rows and alter the row would be nice.
  12. Good morning, has this gained 4.5 compatibility yet?
  13. Thanks. I just print out my applications list and make sure updates are available for everything on the list before I do an IPS upgrade.
  14. Is there a timeline for a 4.5 release?
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