"Rajko M." firstname.lastname@example.org 10/5/2010 10:04 PM >>>
On Tuesday 05 October 2010 12:24:29 Matthew Ehle wrote:
"Matthew Ehle" email@example.com 10/5/2010 9:01 AM >>>
It looks like other people have had this problem following wiki software upgrades. I may need to run >a few maintenance scripts. I'll let you know how this goes.
I must admit that this has me perplexed. The problem that other people had was from incorrect MIME type values for their files, which was not the case here. The same file also appears just fine in other articles on the NL wiki. I reset caches, ran update/refresh maintenance scripts, and even re-uploaded the same file from the English wiki. Whatever the issue is, it seems to be specific to the Portal:Project page.
So something must be wrong in the Mediawiki software.
Perhaps, but all of the wikis are using the exact same software, and I have never heard of this before. It's probably a combination of a software bug and content/history in that particular page. Perhaps we can consider nuking the page and starting it over...
Just don't use nuke page script in /maintenance as it leaves database partially updated. I can see some page that are nuked long ago in some special pages.
How far back are you looking? We were on MediaWiki 1.5 only a year ago, and maintenance scripts have come a long way :)
Of course, I would need to remember to update the Semantic and FlaggedRevisions tables as well.
I just stumbled on problem with images on en.o.o.
http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Project/Map I can see 160px. No image.
Then http://en.opensuse.org/File:Community-map-nov-2009.jpg . Ask for Full resolution and you get previous small image that was uploaded by Linuxsusefan.
Something is playing foul with images after update.
Out of curiosity, I reverted image back to Linuxsusefan version and it showed up in http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Project/Map .
Up to this point it was Google Chrome.
Then playing further started Firefox and there was no image.
But there is image on http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Project page. This is probably server cached.
No more time for toys :(
Gah! Why didn't you all find this last week, when I had more time to fix it? ;)
I ran the rebuildImages script on en, and it caught a number of problems. In any case, it seems like that problem is gone now, at least on en. I only know of these two pages/files that had issues. Has anyone else seen anything?
Every piece of caching that we have has been reset or refreshed. I'm suspecting an extension issue right now. If additional issues show up, I'll start checking this out on stage.