BugZone: Nothing's perfect...

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OrangeDragon wrote:Just doubled the CPU and RAM in the server... lets see if that clears any of this up.

I'm going to start a thread about '' Life's a Bore ''. If I get 256 pages and 3,831 replies on how boring life is, you may need to double that again in the next few days.
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jah steu wrote:The most recent problem (this morning) seems to be when initially trying to access the home page.
Do you happen to recall, roughly, what time that was?
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'The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view new posts since your last visit.'

What's up with that lately? And yes, I did check the box @ 'Log me on automatically each visit'. Nevertheless I am asked to login again after a while when I want to check CEO.
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yes i have the same problem.
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The automatic log in has never worked has it ?
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wackyjacky wrote:The automatic log in has never worked has it ?
Yes, it has, until recently that is.
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Jaap N. wrote:'The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view new posts since your last visit.'

What's up with that lately? And yes, I did check the box @ 'Log me on automatically each visit'. Nevertheless I am asked to login again after a while when I want to check CEO.
I guess your session timed out.

I've never used 'Log me on automatically each visit', but I just tried it (3 times) and it didn't work.

I'll merge this with the Bugzone thread, so OD can check it out.

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Username Taken wrote:
Jaap N. wrote:'The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view new posts since your last visit.'

What's up with that lately? And yes, I did check the box @ 'Log me on automatically each visit'. Nevertheless I am asked to login again after a while when I want to check CEO.
I guess your session timed out.

I've never used 'Log me on automatically each visit', but I just tried it (3 times) and it didn't work.

I'll merge this with the Bugzone thread, so OD can check it out.

:beer3:
I use it all the time and it worked perfectly until...... 'Session timed out'? What's the use of the option to stay logged in then?
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There is no option to remain logged in.

The option is to log in automatically.

Dunno what the timeout is, but usually I find I can stay logged in for several hours. But, sometimes . . .
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I've stayed logged in for weeks, if not months, using the log in automatically- option
Semantics, you know what I mean: 'logging in automatically' and that doesn't work any more.
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