[ic] Re: Apply changes not working correctly in High Traffic mode
ir.gath at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 10:33:51 EST 2007
On 10/29/07, Peter <peter at pajamian.dhs.org> wrote:
> On 10/29/2007 04:45 PM, Jon Jensen wrote:
> > On Mon, 29 Oct 2007, Aaron Berg wrote:
> >> It seems like the 'apply changes' function requires Interchange to
> >> automatically run housekeeping before the 'reconfiguring' page
> >> refreshes to the info page. If so it would explain the seemingly
> >> random times apply changes would work with the old config of 20.
> >> Is my assumption close? I'd really like to understand why this change
> >> fixed things.
> > I believe that's exactly what's going on. Reconfiguring a catalog
> > happens only at housekeeping time.
> So if my understanding is correct you're saying that if the OP were to
> just be a little more patient and wait up to 20 seconds for the
> housekeeping run to occur after apply changes then he would see the
> changes on his sites?
> Perhaps we should document this in a FAQ somewhere (btw we need a new FAQ).
Thanks for the responses Jon and Peter. It really helps to know why
changing HouseKeeping fixed that.
It's not really a matter of the OP being patient. After hitting apply
changes the 'reconfig' page will load for about 5 seconds, then bounce
to the info page. It appears that if housekeeping does not occur
during those 5 seconds the catalog does not reconfigure. With the
current functionality HouseKeeping times about a few seconds will
cause inconsistent behavior with apply changes in the admin.
It's documented in the ML now, but it would certainly be nice to have
the docs for the housekeeping directive indicate this side effect.
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