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    Hello,

    we are testing vB3 RC4 on our testing db and got the following error:

    Rebuild Similar Threads

    hangs after showing 4 or 5 numbers (threads?) and times out, doing a reload doesn't help, going back neither.

    Problems with our limits?
    http://www.mcseboard.de/pinfo.php

    thx,
    -Tom
    www.MCSEboard.de
    German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

  • #2
    ^^^
    www.MCSEboard.de
    German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

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    • #3
      I have the same problem, also with reindexing, but when reindexing, it results in a database error
      MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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      • #4
        Please help!
        www.MCSEboard.de
        German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

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        • #5
          I remember mike fixing a bug about this in the past month or so, but i can't seem to find it in the bug tracker. I'll point mike to this thread when he's online.
          Scott MacVicar

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          • #6
            Ok, thanks.
            Take your time
            www.MCSEboard.de
            German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

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            • #7
              Not really fixing a bug -- it's related to boards being in other languages and very common words being indexed. Thus, some thread titles will return a very large amount of posts.

              I did make some changes so that it shouldn't happen as often, but it still may happen.

              Now, the best way to fix it is to add common words in your language to includes/badwords.php, reindex the search engine, and then try similar threads again.

              This will be looked into for future versions.

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              • #8
                Ok, I'll do some testing

                This will be looked into for future versions.
                Thanks, sounds good to me.
                www.MCSEboard.de
                German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mike Sullivan
                  This will be looked into for future versions.
                  Since this would be language dependant, adding a phrase would be a good idea I guess. Then get all 'translations' of that phrase and parse and merge them into one array. Would be better, then having one huge list for all languages I guess ^^
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                  • #10
                    I'm for using MySQL Fulltext searching where badwords wouldn't be needed since MySQL will ignore words with a certain perecentage in the total words in the index.
                    Scott MacVicar

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