On Sat, Jan 12, 2008 at 11:49:27AM +0000, Stargazer wrote:
> This seems to be fixed in Snapshot s080111 - great! The only problem 
> with it right now is the enourmous amount of logging caused by just 
> navigating the site, it seems each page visit generates screenfulls of 
> PHP traffic (logging? compilation?) in the resin log. Is this easy to 
> disable? Heres what the start looks like:
> 12-Jan-2008 11:40:45 RESIN 3.1.4 
> a:4:{s:8:"col_info";a:4:{i:0;O:8:"stdClass":13:{s:8:"not_null";i:1;s:11:"primary_key";i:0;s:8:"unsigned";i:0;s:4:"blob";i:0
> ;s:10:"unique_key";i:0;s:3:"def";s:0:"";s:4:"name";s:8:"var_name";s:4:"type";s:6:"string";s:7:"numeric";i:0;s:12:"multiple_key";i:0;s:8:"zerofill";i:0;s:10:
> "max_length";i:0;s:5:"table";s:12:"pligg_config";}i:1;O:8:"stdClass":13:{s:8:"not_null";i:1;s:11:"primary_key";i:0;s:8:"unsigned";i:0;s:4:"blob";i:0;s:10:"u

Looks like some debugging statements slipped into the snapshot.  There's
likely to be another snapshot before the next release, which is about
4 weeks away.  They should be gone in that one.  You could also try to
grab the code from SVN and compile it yourself in a couple of days, but
it might not be as stable as the snapshot (which also has not undergone
our full release QA).

Thanks for letting us know that it's working for you!



Emil Ong
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