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  • vBulletin 5.1.0 multiple upgrade errors

    We recently upgraded to v5.1.0 and noticed a couple of problems after the upgrade. It wasn't noticed when we had the 5.0.4 version.
    1. vBulletin Version: vBulletin 5.1.0
    2. PHP Version: 5.4.17
    3. MySQL Version: 5.5.31-log
    4. Any Addons installed: no
    5. Does the issue occur in a default style? -
    6. Error message on the screen: -
    7. Browser and Browser version used: irrelevant
    8. A list of steps that can be used to recreate the issue: -
    1. Overall the forum today is slow to respond and very sluggish in areas.

    2. When a topic has an attachment (it was noticed when an image was attached) in the very first post, we're unable to edit the topic name. No errors are mentioned and a log message for that topic is created. If the topic doesn't have an attachment, the topic name can be renamed successfully.

    3. When clicking on a user’s profile and clicking the edit icon, the user manager no longer appears correctly. Instead it’s a weird hybrid screen with lots of things missing.

    4. On the main forum page, if you click on a category section, you are taken to all the sub forums in that category. However, one of the sub-forums displays as a main forum there. We tried to fix it in the Page Manager, but it didn't work. However, this problem fixed itself a day later without any intervention from our side. This is just an FYI.

    5. One of our mods reported that they were "receiving lots of errors after moving posts, making comments, and other moderator actions. But, I’ve noticed that sometimes if I refresh the page it appears as though they’ve gone through anyway, despite the error". We will try and get some screenshots, if possible.

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    1) Not really actionable. Try clearing your cache but other than that there is not enough information provided.

    2) Put the forum in debug mode and try editing the topic title, same issue of no error reported?

    3) Without seeing this in action, can't reply. Make sure you're logged into the AdminCP first though.

    4) Having the topics at the bottom of a category is a known issue.

    5) Need to know what the errors are before we can even guess.
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    Wayne Luke
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