Would have been nice if we could upload gif in the about me or signature section of the profile.
Frontend freeze on version later than v1.0.2
I have it up and running again at v1.x.x branch
- Mongo 2.6
- Nodejs 4.4.1
Lets see how long it takes before hell breaks out again
Edit: Still running but even if this does not work its recommended to upgrade to Nodejs 4.4.1 Seams a lot faster
@Jenkler it shouldn't take long lately it just takes me half an hour to break.
Wiiii, it seams that the problem is solved for me. I will test more today but no crash since yesterday.
The issue was with Nodejs 0.12.6, I upgraded to Nodejs 4.4.1 and now it works.
Thanks for all input I love NodeBB !
I upgraded to Nodejs 4.4.5 and running Nodebb v1.0.3 (master). in less that 30 mins it froze again.
I completely uninstall it and did a clean instalation of the code (left the dB alone). Installed version v1.0.2 and so far it's running fine.
Only thing I noticed is that the notifications number in my user shows 1, when I don't have any notification. I mark all as read, but if I refresh the page I get 1 again. I will keep updating here if I have more issues.
Try 4.4.1 it works for me with v1.x.x
The problem with the user notification might be the issue I'm having. If I click to see the notification or unread messages the forum crashes and restarts on its own. But this only happens with my user.
Well @julian has my DB, so he probably can figure it out what it's happeneing.
Same issue here. Running on Ubuntu 16.04, node.js 4.4.5 and mongodb 2.6. Clean install from scratch (new forum). Everything works nice for about 30min then boom, Nodebb just crashes.... Nothing in Nodebb logs and nothing in MongodDB logs as well...
I'm going crazy, I've checked almost everything... It's seems like a random behaviour and it crashes with or without activities...
I've deactivated almost all the plugins... Didn't change anything
Now I upgraded MongoDB to 3.0 and and changed the 2 kernel params
~$ cat /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/enabled
[always] madvise never
~$ cat /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/defrag
[always] madvise never
It's still up for the moment (1h30). I'll keep you posted.
Well, it crashes again after 1h45 min Don't know what to do... Any advice?
My still work in docker! check my packages here!
Running branch v1.x.x witch is v1.0.3 for now
@Jenkler I'm, unfortunately, not running on docker. I've upgraded MongoDB to 3.2. I've also figured out that my NodeBB user didn't had all the environments... Running for 2h now.... Crossing fingers.
Cool, I have almost updated all my forums now. I also hope the the issues is over
well still running for the moment...
@Simo-SLIMANI Mine too, all my sites is now migrated
@Jenkler Excellenet. Mine is still up and running as well. So as far:
- I've upgraded to MongoDB 3.2
- I've added 1Gb of Memory to the server (Total of 2GB)
- I've added some OS bin exec to the PATH of NodeBB user
- I've disabled transparent hugepages in my Kernel
Now it's working.
I think that is the same problem.
My nodebb is freezed.
The problem there is also with REDIS DATABASE.
I think that is a bug of nodebb or a problem of node.js.
Is really urgent fix ...
I am running 1.1.2 now with mongo DB 2.6 in Docker. No freeze at all.