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> I installed Agora for comments in Ansel. That bit works fine. So do > comments in Turba - in both of those I can add comments and they are > immediately visible to all users. The MySQL tables show the posts and > the "forums" - all good. > > > > However, Horde incorrectly caches other Agora content, which is > completely breaking it. > > > > Horde is 3.3.4 rc1. Mysql backend, LDAP preferences store. > $conf[cache][driver] set to use SQL. > > > > I created a new forum "Welcome to the Forums". That appeared, and is > visible. I added a thread to that forum. Navigate back to the root. > The Forum is visible, but with no content (0 threads, 0 posts). A > while later this screen actually updated to show 1 thread, 1 post. > Clicking on the last post link took me to the post, so the post is > there and the permissions are OK (I have not set any Horde > Permissions on Agora). But clicking on the forum to enter it - it > tells me "no threads". Same in Moderators. Add a moderator to the new > Forum, submit, it works, adds it to the database, but Agora still > shows "No Moderators have been created". Adding it again returns an > error (cos it's already there). > > > > What got really interesting was when I dropped the Agora tables and > recreated them. In Ansel and Turba the comments disappeared (as > expected). MySQL tables are all empty. Agora shows no forums. Yet > adding a new forum in the Parent Forum drop-down is.... "Welcome to > the Forums". In the add a moderator forum select drop down is... > "Welcome to the forums" AND "19" which was what it called an Ansel > comment 'forum'. Yet none of those are in MySQL any more. > > > > If i tell Horde to not cache any objects ($conf[cache][driver]), the > problem goes away. > > > > I then tried setting $conf[cache][driver] to use memcache. Same > problem. As soon as either memcache or sql caching is used, Agora > breaks.
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