@codecowboy those were typos caused by autocorrect on mobile which I didn't catch.
Should be "it" and "whole" I think
My problem looks to be the same as:
Which was cured by using Mongo 3.0.8, so I will try that.
To close this off, I pulled the latest from GitHub and tried it with the latest release of redis that is available on Docker Hub (3.0.8?). That combination seem to get on just fine.
0.9.2 is stable ,im used for 3mouths
@qxl1231 0.9.3 is latest stable
@pichalite i know, but is not fitable, for example ,theme meterial,and a lot of plugins
@qxl1231 theme material has been updated long time ago. what makes you think otherwise?
The tag "v0.9.3" points to an unstable release of v0.9.3.
git clone https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB.git cd NodeBB git checkout v0.9.3
results in a commit hash da78e4f... one revision before this issue was fixed.
I had to
git reset --hard 6486197623f8f32ab354503ca40ab6e8e3e4551e
on a fresh checkout to get the same stable "v0.9.3" hash , I got on another machine by first checking out v0.9.2 and then upgrading to v0.9.3.
No issues with Mongo 3.2.1 with this "v0.9.3" revision.
git checkout v0.9.x will give you the latest stable release (instead of specifying v0.9.3)
Just resurrecting this for a current update. If I am moving from 0.9.x what version do people recommend? This is for a live forum i.e a production environment.
v1.x.x is the current stable branch.
Any idea when 1.1 will be ready?
I guess next version is 1.0.4
ok, good to know
It is 1.1.0.
@torn2 1.1.0 is after 1.0.3. There are no other versions in between.
Correct, the versioning is based on the changes within, and are not strictly sequential.
e.g. v1.0.3 -> v1.1.0
but this can also happen: v1.1.9 -> v1.1.10
That said, as of today, the latest stable version is v1.1.0
weee, scary! Who wants to go first
@Jenkler upgraded my instance.... no issues
Nice, I will update my dev setup first.