On Friday, 2 March 2018 18:20:04 UTC+1, Simon Huber wrote:
> my last guess: the node process should be restarted

Yes - silly me - I should have thought of that. 

I guess the node server assumes that nobody else will muck around with the
tiddlers sub directory while it is running - a restart did the job.

Thank you very much



> I like using pm2 for that (npm -g install pm2 or how you do it on your 
> machine)
> pm2 gracefulReload yourprocess is very handy

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