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11/14/2019 02:54:00 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #48623, comment 5

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    11I can get you the additional data tonight when I get home from work. In the meantime, my guess is perhaps the problem doesn't show for posts created on 5.3? Maybe it uses the same method to generate the static permalinks as it does to build the dynamic link refs? Maybe try creating posts on an earlier version and then upgrade to 5.3 and see if the dynamically built links change relative to the static article permalinks? (I don't know the details of how the code works in that respect so just making wild guesses!)
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    3 FWIW, the link above is exhibiting the described problem now (around 08:15am central time in Dallas, TX). Not sure what time zone my server is in. It's a cloud vm, so probably UTC. I also have the archive list widget on my home page, which makes links that only include the year and month. In the archive link for July 2018, you can see the example post from above. But if you click the title on the post page to get directly to the post page, you get a 404 (which my theme redirects to the index page).
     3FWIW, the link above is exhibiting the described problem now (around 08:15am central time in Dallas, TX). Not sure what time zone my server is in. It's a cloud vm, so probably UTC. I also have the archive list widget on my home page, which makes links that only include the year and month. In the archive link for July 2018, you can see the example post from above. But if you click on the post title on the archive page to get directly to the post page, you get a 404 (which my theme redirects to the index page).
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    55I have hundreds of posts and only currently see this issue on a small number, so maybe the post has to made within the span of time between midnight in the two time zones to exhibit the problem? Or maybe it only manifests when the original post time is near midnight in the whatever zone WP 5.3 is using - so only 1/12 of my posts would shot the issue at any given time? I post at very random times, so more likely to hit a few of mine than someone who posts at the same time each day I guess.