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6/23/2005 10:19:56 AM
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Got a weird 0 on my blog, html content etc. Have a look at this

http://www.adnan-veseli.de

My Forum doesnt work!

System now:

mono 1.1.8, Debian Sarge and PostgreSQL



UPDATE:
Downgraded mono 1.0. The 0 are gone and the Forum works again!
6/23/2005 1:36:40 PM
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I was going to say it sounds like a regression in mono. I noticed that after they released 1.1.8 they quickly released a patch 1.1.8.1
There was a flurry of activity (changes and patches) on the mono lists just before the release so I was worried whether this release would have problems.
This site is running on a hosted server with mono 1.1.7 but I have a machine here that is setup to pull the latest mono code from svn for testing. I haven't updated it in a while but I will try and update it this weekend and see if I can reproduce the problem. If so I'll file a bugzilla.

It looks like your site is down now but maybe you are working on it.
6/23/2005 1:44:20 PM
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I was just working on it!

On this site
http://www.flexsolutions.com.br
it seems they have the same problem!
6/23/2005 1:52:05 PM
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yes and he is also running mono 1.1.8 according to his post yesterday on the invalid cast thread.

I'll try and reproduce it on my test machine and see if I can make a simple test case to report to bugzilla.
In my experience with mono I've seen some good releases and some bad releases so I usually wait a little before updating to see if anyone else reports problems first.

I see the 0 is back on your site. Did you put 1.1.8 back on there?  I also notice that if I refresh the page the stylesheet seems to go away. On flexsolutions thepage gets all out of whack on refresh too.
6/23/2005 2:06:42 PM
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I'm just experimenting a little bit with mono. Since I dont want to compile it myself I use it from Ubuntu Hoary (1.0) or from here (1.1):

deb http://debian.pablo.com.mx ./

deb http://debian.meebey.net/pkg-mono ./

The thing with the refresh only happens when I use apache (1.x) with the mod-mono connector. With XSP its ok but I want to use SSL in the future. Apache2 doesnt work with the connector. I read that you have a Debian machine too. You have some deb files (apache, mono, ..) or apt sources?
6/23/2005 2:42:53 PM
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My site is hosted by http://www.grokthis.net I'm not sure if he compiled it or got it from a repository.  The server at grokthis.net is Debian but  all I have here is several Suse machines and 1 laptop running Ubuntu.
On my test machines I have always run apache2 with mod_mono and that is also what I have on the hosted Debian machine.  I've never tried it with apache 1.x

On the Debian server at grokthis.net I have ssl but the ssl certificate is at the proxy not at the apache level. He gives everyone their own instance of apache so I can stop and start my instance as needed when I update my site. The way he can give everyone their own instance is by having apache run on non standard ports like 8046 then using the proxy to map port 80 requests for a particular domain name to the correct apache instance. It works pretty well. I've been very happy with the service and its only $14.95/month.
6/27/2005 12:19:08 PM
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Not that this will make anyone feel any better, I was seeing this issue up until just recently on svn. I wasn't sure if it was firefox/IE issue, IIS/XSP, or event privoxy (as it seems to break logout) but as of current I cannot reproduce this with 1.1.8.1 or current SVN so let's hope everything has been solved.
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