Bug #4639


Front page slider stopped working

Added by Matt Gold almost 9 years ago. Updated almost 9 years ago.

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It appears that the latest update caused an issue with the frontpage slider.


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Has duplicate CUNY Academic Commons - Bug #4640: Group forum problemResolvedBoone Gorges2015-09-21

Actions #2

Updated by Boone Gorges almost 9 years ago

It looks like Ray is 30 seconds ahead of me. Ray, can you let me know what happened here please? I had to do some weird stuff after the release related to #4638 and it's possible that something got deactivated.

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Updated by Matt Gold almost 9 years ago

thanks, guys.

Actions #4

Updated by Raymond Hoh almost 9 years ago

Yeah, I'm one step ahead of you!

Some of our plugins were deactivated on the main Commons site, probably due to #4638. I had to manually reactivate the slider and CAC Featured Content plugins.

I also had to clear the APC cache manually for the active plugins list to take effect.

There are still some plugins that are not activated on the main Commons site. I haven't gone through the entire list yet to reactivate them all. My plan was to use the plugin list on cdev as a guide, but let me know if you want to take care of this, Boone.

Actions #5

Updated by Boone Gorges almost 9 years ago

  • Target version set to Not tracked

Ugh, what a nightmare.

This is my fault. I'll continue cleaning up the missing plugins. Thanks for jumping in, Ray.

Actions #6

Updated by Raymond Hoh almost 9 years ago

Let me know if I can help in any way.

Actions #7

Updated by Boone Gorges almost 9 years ago

  • Status changed from Assigned to Resolved

Luckily ("luckily") my slip only affected the main site. If it'd been the other way around, it would've messed up active plugins across every site, and I don't know what kind of backups we have that I could use to fix that.

I've reactivated all plugins that appear to be relevant. This involves skipping some that are active on cdev, though cdev was a helpful reference. Looking around, it appears that everything is back to normal.

I'm going to mark this ticket resolved. Let me know if anything still seems amiss.

Many apologies for this. Groan.


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