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Flish
12-01-18, 13:01
There errors people are seeing are probably only on threads they have replied to (maybe created), it's down to the auto save function (that automatically saves your message as you type), hence the reason I'm creating this as I can't reply to that thread any more, I get the error, and can't contribute any more.

Not sure who the mods / site owners are - but can someone give them a prod as the underlying database server is in need of some TLC else it could get worse, quite quickly - TIA

This is the post I'm referring to http://www.rugbyrefs.com/showthread.php?20694-this-site-errors (http://www.rugbyrefs.com/showthread.php?20694-this-site-errors)

Phil E
12-01-18, 14:01
I have emailed Robbie to have a look at it.
I believe only he can fix it, the mods don't have that level of admin.
Phil
Mod

...and thread moved to the correct forum.

crossref
12-01-18, 14:01
I have emailed Robbie to have a look at it.
I believe only he can fix it, the mods don't have that level of admin.
Phil
Mod
.

Better to tweet him !

Phil E
12-01-18, 16:01
Better to tweet him !

If only I was on twitter :shrug:

Flish
12-01-18, 16:01
I have emailed Robbie to have a look at it.
I believe only he can fix it, the mods don't have that level of admin.
Phil
Mod

...and thread moved to the correct forum.

Thanks

Dickie E
12-01-18, 20:01
There errors people are seeing are probably only on threads they have replied to (maybe created), it's down to the auto save function (that automatically saves your message as you type), hence the reason I'm creating this as I can't reply to that thread any more, I get the error, and can't contribute any more.



I like that. You only get to post once per thread, so make it count. :)

menace
12-01-18, 23:01
I like that. You only get to post once per thread, so make it count. :)

Yeah ....and I'd lose a ton of weight from lack of popcorn eating from the Dickie vs IanC bouts!!! :booty:

crossref
13-01-18, 21:01
I am still getting the error

L'irlandais
14-01-18, 13:01
Me too, I use safari on a mini iPad.

Phil E
15-01-18, 09:01
Robbie got back to me to say he was looking into it.

crossref
16-01-18, 22:01
Robbie got back to me to say he was looking into it.

still getting it for certain threads


PHP Warning: mysqli_query(): (HY000/1194): Table 'autosave' is marked as crashed and should be repaired in ..../includes/class_core.php on line 1394
Database Error Database error
The The Rugby Referees' Forum database has encountered a problem.
Please try the following:
Load the page again by clicking the Refresh button in your web browser.
Open the www.rugbyrefs.com home page, then try to open another page.
Click the Back button to try another link.
The www.rugbyrefs.com forum technical staff have been notified of the error, though you may contact them if the problem persists.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

didds
17-01-18, 12:01
just had this trying to open/read updates in the thread " Knock On advantage.. and kick"

PHP Warning: mysqli_query(): (HY000/1194): Table 'autosave' is marked as crashed and should be repaired in ..../includes/class_core.php on line 1394
Database Error Database error
The The Rugby Referees' Forum database has encountered a problem.
Please try the following:
Load the page again by clicking the Refresh button in your web browser.
Open the www.rugbyrefs.com home page, then try to open another page.
Click the Back button to try another link.
The www.rugbyrefs.com forum technical staff have been notified of the error, though you may contact them if the problem persists.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

crossref
17-01-18, 15:01
The number of threads blocked to me is slowly growing ..
Now, some might say that is a good thing , but I fear the whole message board might grind to halt before long

Taff
17-01-18, 20:01
There errors people are seeing are probably only on threads they have replied to (maybe created), it's down to the auto save function (that automatically saves your message as you type) ...
That is exactly what happened to me. I can read threads no problem, but with the two I've posted on, I can longer see them and just get an error message. :sad:

didds
17-01-18, 21:01
Yet I can see and post to this thread - which ive already done before...

didds

Jolly Roger
17-01-18, 21:01
There is one thread which I cannot access because I posted on it 4 days ago. I was locked out straight away and still cannot access it. I can access all others despite having posted on those.
Perhaps there was a glitch which was then corrected but the glitch remains for those postings made at the time....no I am not a software engineer!:smile::

crossref
18-01-18, 16:01
It seems to be associated with the double posts .. eg on those threads where a double post was generated, I am locked

Any news on a fix

crossref
24-01-18, 20:01
still getting it on brand new threads , still blocked from some old threads

HP Warning: mysqli_query(): (HY000/1194): Table 'autosave' is marked as crashed and should be repaired in ..../includes/class_core.php on line 1394
Database Error Database error
The The Rugby Referees' Forum database has encountered a problem.
Please try the following:
Load the page again by clicking the Refresh button in your web browser.
Open the www.rugbyrefs.com home page, then try to open another page.
Click the Back button to try another link.
The www.rugbyrefs.com forum technical staff have been notified of the error, though you may contact them if the problem persists.

We apologise for any inconvenienc

ctrainor
25-01-18, 21:01
I'm blocked from the where are you this weekend thread, one I post in regularly. Thursday night 9.00pm and still don't know where I'm at. Our appointments guy is having a nightmare with ref shortages and rearranged games. Don't envy him

crossref
25-01-18, 21:01
I can no longer post on my own scrum ends thread or my knock on and kick thread
:-(

L'irlandais
25-01-18, 21:01
I am convinced it happens, when we take a little too long writing the post and an auto save occurs before posting, then on attempting to definitively post the error occurs. Perhaps the temporary save location on Robbie’s serve is full?

crossref
25-01-18, 21:01
Plausible theory ...

SimonSmith
25-01-18, 23:01
I've been in touch with Robbie. He said he'll get on it

OB..
26-01-18, 11:01
I've been in touch with Robbie. He said he'll get on it
I wonder if he has had enough of being responsible for it, and would like somebody else to take over? (NO I am NOT volunteering!)

Flish
26-01-18, 13:01
I am convinced it happens, when we take a little too long writing the post and an auto save occurs before posting, then on attempting to definitively post the error occurs. Perhaps the temporary save location on Robbie’s serve is full?

Basically, yes, except the temporary save location is a database table. And the error suggests that database table is corrupt. Normally, taking the database offline, running a repair, and starting it up again is enough. It could be a 5 minute job, however if this is on shared hosting then that means taking everyone's sites down

crossref
27-01-18, 19:01
Hmm
I find I am also prevented from starting a new thread

If slowly everyone loses the ability to start a new thread then that will be the end of the forum ..

crossref
01-02-18, 21:02
any update on this problem ? I'm still unable to start a new thread and quite few existing threads remain blocked ...

crossref
01-02-18, 22:02
does this help

You can manually clear the Auto-save table from the Maintenance section of the ACP. (as of 4.1.8)

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https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/forum/vbulletin-4/vbulletin-4-questions-problems-and-troubleshooting/401193-auto-save-questions

Or this
https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/main/maintenance_repair_tables

L'irlandais
02-02-18, 15:02
For those not on Facebook

Apologies to everyone but we are still struggling with the site. Hope to get it sorted over this weekend.

@crossref A work’round is to type your post in a text editor and then cut and paste the finished article into RRF.
By so doing, you avoid the autosave entirely.

crossref
02-02-18, 17:02
No, when I hit the Add New Thread button I just get an error page
Similar on certain threads .. I can't even read the thread (while logged on) when I click on the thread I just get an error message r

L'irlandais
08-02-18, 07:02
Good news.

Should be fixed now. Really sorry it's taken so long, but it was a pain to repair without losing information.

Dickie E
08-02-18, 09:02
Good news.

I'm sure I was arguing vehemently about something, but can't remember what it was. Digital Alzheimers? :(