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[resolved] Adding a new network oddity (3 posts)

  1. Jason
    Posted 2 years ago #

    (The extra "Red" version)

    I added a new network. 123.abc.com

    Then I added a new site to that new network. test.123.abc.com

    abc.com still works.

    oldnetwork.abc.com now redirects to test.123.abc.com

    Ok Dean, now GO!


  2. David Dean
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Is oldnetwork.abc.com a network too or just a site on the abc.com network?

  3. Jason
    Posted 2 years ago #

    It's a network too, not a site.

    I don't know what happened, but after a few hours it fixed itself.

    I think there must have been a database ?error,confusion?

    Because in the tables it was pointing network id 2 to site 21 instead. That is the only remotely close thing I can guess at what happened. I'm using MiriaDB, but I've never ran into that issue before.

    I updated the database server after it self corrected just in case. I've also got an object cache, and a db query cache.

    Thank you for the timely response! I was very worried as this is about to go into production. I'll create a few more networks, and see what happens...

    Hopefully it was a fluke, and isolated event.

    A list of what I'm running on alongside of this

    • WPMUDEv Pro-Sites
    • BuddyPress 1.6
    • Multi Buddypress
    • Nginx + php-fpm
    • Mirida DB
    • Custom Plugin that makes sub-networks get some options from the main network

    Thank you Thank you Thank you David Dean!

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