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12/10/2014 04:07:30 PM (7 years ago)
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    6 That wouldn't really fix it, worse: you'll be giving the user a change to switch it on, while the are not aware of what they are causing when switching it on.
     6That wouldn't really fix it, worse: you'll be giving the user a change to switch it on, while they are not aware of what they are causing when switching it on. Or even worse: it will probably by default be 'on'.
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    88Imho it's like this: 3.9.x was working fine. People upgrade to 4.x and suddenly clicking on the media link crahes your site and in some cases even the server because (see my initial report plus the attached pdf file with information) the ajax process is running wild all of the sudden.
     
    1010Now, that does indicate a code change, doesn't it? So, i'd suggest to review the code change and find what has changed and if there are changes, was there a need for that? If not, reverse them and roll out a patched version.
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    12 I'll be going to take a few risks soon by testing again on a site and capture what happens in a video.
     12I'll be going to take a few risks soon by testing again on a site and capture what happens in a video. As I've made clear in the pdf-file there are some reasons why it might crash/run wild, since it seems to be having an issue with certain apache functions or perhaps cloudlinux, although on another cloudlinux powered server it works fine.