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From Sig Rinde <>
Subject Re: Something not quite right when testing RC
Date Sat, 20 Feb 2010 18:46:37 GMT

via the API, doing all from there - using the web interface only to
check if all's ok (and to create and copy the api_test token when
beginning a new instance).

BTW, reverted to old build, deleted the DB folder before starting up.
It did it's job fetching much new files and started without a glitch.
Then started a new Thingamy instance using exactly same procedure,
copy of same thingamy file etc. All's well there.

Just for the note; the missing compass folder is /server/compass-index
when I compare the old and new ESME build, the new one have no such


On 20 February 2010 19:41, Ethan Jewett <> wrote:
> Hi Sig,
> Just to clarify, this is from the web interface or via the API?
> Anyway, I fired up the server, logged in to the web interface, and
> tried to do a search. Got a big ugly error. So I'll retract my +1 on
> this release - something is wrong with Compass search when it is
> running in non-test mode. Search seems to be working when it is
> running in test mode. I'll take a look at the config now and see if I
> can see why.
> Ethan
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 12:27 PM, Sig Rinde <> wrote:
>> Started up a new and fresh RC on my OS X box, did the usual token stuff.
>> Fired up a new Thingamy instance and connected, all hunky dory.
>> Logged on as two different users from two different boxes - all fine,
>> discussion worked all visible etc.
>> Then logout and log on as any user - empty ESME interface. No Public
>> timeline. Then new message and, as before, visible. Until logout and
>> log in again, empty.
>> All messages are visible in the ESME interface, but after new login
>> all prior messages are not downloaded. All new messages, own and from
>> other connections, are downloaded.
>> Could this be related to the Compass (search function added earlier)?
>> There's no more "compass-index" folder in db folder I have noticed.
>> And, no, no changes at all on our side.
>> S

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