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  • Mark.B
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    My personal view: anyone whose host tries to blame the script you are using instead of investigating the issue properly, should be dumped.

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  • Kajouka
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    All,

    Looks like it's FINALLY been resolved!

    https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...=1#post2364839

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  • Mark.B
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    It's definitely not a vBulletin issue. This change has been made by the hosts, you'll need to bounce it back to them I'm afraid.

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  • bluidkiti
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    I am having this issue also with my forum which started up on December 4. I am also using Blue Host and have for several years. I contacted them by phone. The fellow, after looking through some things and having me do a few things, finally told me it is on VBulletin's end not theirs.

    This morning, I put up a test site with nothing on it and same thing. I have done nothing to my forum for this to occur. I will keep watching to see what happens.

    This is what I received in email from Blue Host:

    Hello, I apologize for any troubles you've been having. As you can see we are not experiencing this issue on our forum. Unfortunately I do not have a solution for this, we have not made any changes to cache control or how cookies are handled or stored. I recommend looking in to VB forums for a solution, I'm not sure why this is happening.

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  • Kajouka
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    This is what I got back:

    Hello,
    I apologize for any troubles you've been having.


    This does not appear to be affecting all users. I've just finished some testing on
    several other vBulletin forums, and very few people are experiencing the issue you are seeing.

    None of the ones I tested came back with the issue you are having.

    This tells us it's not an issue with the module or the server.
    mod_file_cache

    I tested another account on the same server as you. No issue.

    If you have another guess to what is causing the issue I'm willing to look in to that.
    I wonder if they are running VB5 or something.

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  • blind-eddie
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    If their site will let me post, I will...

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    Their site is messed up worse then ours... I can't post at all there. Sending info in another ticket.

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    Info sent

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  • Kajouka
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    Originally posted by blind-eddie View Post
    After reporting the issues of BH Forums they relized there is an issue on their end & looking into it.

    I just got this reply back from them, so I was reading over on your thread on BH.


    Hello,
    I apologize for any troubles you've been having.


    As a temporary work around, you can try looking in to this page.
    http://www.bluehostforum.com/showthr...irects-caching

    I would also try installing a brand new forum on in it's own folder and see if the issue is still happening with the new installation.
    Like I said, they need to understand it's a issue for MANY and related to the server not just us. The quick fix is working for me, but I'd prefer they just solved the problem as wll.

    I'm glad they seem to be looking into it! Let's keep on them so they understand it's important to us as consumers!

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    blind-eddie: Will you also send this information to BH and post it on your forums there?

    https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php/412275-Cache-Issues?p=2364668&viewfull=1#post2364668

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  • blind-eddie
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    After reporting the issues of BH Forums they relized there is an issue on their end & looking into it.

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  • Kajouka
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    I am also disappointed. I LOVE hostmonster and they have always been really good. I sent them comments from a vb4.0 post (users having the same issue) and I got back:

    I sent hostmonster the comment about the mod_cache setting and got:

    Hello,
    I apologize for any troubles you've been having.


    Unfortunately we are not sure of a way to resolve this.

    Maybe you can force the browser cache to be cleared on login.
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...cache-with-php
    Which I replied and told them meta tags and PHP do not work for this (I tried both)



    I have also been with them since 2007, so this march will be six years for me. I also really don't want to move. Using the no-cache setting appears to be working for us because we are a small forum with only about 30 users, so I don't think it's a huge drain and I haven't noticed anything being slow.

    But I still think it's worth it for us to all keep sending in trouble tickets and requests for them to do something. Anyone who is having this issue needs to communicate it to their host.

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  • blind-eddie
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    From what I have been reading everywhere, BH is saying this issue is caused by users browsers cache... Really? 1000's of people from everywhere are having the same issue all at the same time and those having these issues are hosted through BH & their sister companies.

    You would think BH would look into this a bit more & realize this issue is due to server configuation.
    They wont care if they loose 1000's of clients... Those slots will be filled the same day by more people that will also have this issue.
    I have been with BH for over 6 years & like it here & I really do not want to move but, if BH can't fix these issues then I will be moving to another hosting provider.



    This is what I get when posting on BH forums

    The following errors occurred with your submission

    This forum requires that you wait 90 seconds between posts. Please try again in 15 seconds.
    This post is a duplicate of a post that you have posted in the last five minutes
    .

    I get this over and over

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  • Mistamike17
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    Experiencing the same issues on a Hostmonster-hosted 4.2.0 site. I have tried using the no-cache headers to no avail. Searchid is not updating on my New Posts script.

    Any further assistance is appreciated.

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  • geno1949
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    I have a 3.8.1 vBulletin board and I suddenly started having the same problem Tuesday afternoon. My host is Justhost.com, and they have told me no changes were made to the servers. However, the fix mentioned above (izzim420's post-#47) worked fine and my board is restored back to normal. Thanks!

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  • Kajouka
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    I haven't had anyone complain yet, but We are a fairly small board. Definitely sent that error to the host. I would prefer they fixed the issue as well. Clearly they changed something. They should be able to figure it out.

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  • blind-eddie
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    I quoted your post & added t over on BH.

    http://www.bluehostforum.com/showthr...irects-caching

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    Now we are getting errors via logs & get lag spikes intermittently. Image paths are changing to old server(site moved to BH 2 weeks ago)
    I am at wit's end over this
    New error... never had it before.
    Handler for application/x-httpd-php5s returned invalid result code 70007


    Any of you having these issues?

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  • izzim420
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    I agree eddie, but for now this is the best fix I could find.

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