• Point Node Dupes

    From Rastus@46:1/107 to All on Wednesday, July 06, 2016 19:51:58
    Hello,

    I am curious if anyone else is experiencing this:

    I upgraded my new project BBD from 112a24_l64 to 112a25_l64 and found that all echomail coming in was being processed as a dupe. The dupe header showed something like:

    @DUPE AREATAG 46:1/107 46:1/107.1

    I purged the echos and tried again. I downgraded to a24.. rescanned the hub and all were imported as expected.. I then purged the echos again.. upgraded back to a25.. rescanned the hub.. all messages were processed as dupes again.. and this time I had even set dupe database size to 0 in the ini file.

    I don't think this is affecting the win32 builds because I've seen some point nodes with 112a25 tag/orinin lines..

    Nicholas

    --sorry for the misspellings.. if I were posting from Mystic those misspelled owrlkds would have been nixed!
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  • From Al@46:1/161 to Rastus on Wednesday, July 06, 2016 17:15:47
    On 07/06/16, Rastus said the following...

    I upgraded my new project BBD from 112a24_l64 to 112a25_l64 and found
    that all echomail coming in was being processed as a dupe. The dupe header showed something like:

    @DUPE AREATAG 46:1/107 46:1/107.1

    I purged the echos and tried again. I downgraded to a24.. rescanned the hub and all were imported as expected.. I then purged the echos again.. upgraded back to a25.. rescanned the hub.. all messages were processed
    as dupes again.. and this time I had even set dupe database size to 0 in the ini file.

    I think g00r00 was trying to work around some dupes that were showing up in a few places.. Maybe A26 will fix that but I'm sure it'll be fixed soon anyway.

    --sorry for the misspellings.. if I were posting from Mystic those misspelled owrlkds would have been nixed!

    Hehe, before the spell checker I knew I was misspelling a few words but had
    no idea there were so many! Now I can fix them up without looking them up.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Rastus@46:1/107 to Al on Wednesday, July 06, 2016 20:35:51
    Re: Point Node Dupes
    By: Al to Rastus on Wed Jul 06 2016 05:15 pm

    I think g00r00 was trying to work around some dupes that were showing up in a few places.. Maybe A26 will fix that but I'm sure it'll be fixed soon anyway.

    I just thought I'd mention it just in case no one had noticed as I hadn't seen any comments about about it. I always like to say... you can't fix it if you don't know it's broke.

    I've been running Synchronet for several years. The only reason I installed Mystic was to get familiar with it so that I could better help the new nodes on CombatNet. Now that I am getting familiar with Mystic I see that I've been missing out. I really like it!


    Nick
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  • From g00r00@46:1/127 to Rastus on Wednesday, July 06, 2016 22:03:38
    I upgraded my new project BBD from 112a24_l64 to 112a25_l64 and found
    that all echomail coming in was being processed as a dupe. The dupe header showed something like:

    Yeah that version doesn't work with point downlinks, use the MUTIL from A24. I should have made a note in the upgrade but I failed to, sorry about that.

    We're testing better solutions for circulars with point systems.

    I'll have it back to normal in A26

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  • From Rastus@46:1/107 to g00r00 on Thursday, July 07, 2016 00:05:20
    Re: Point Node Dupes
    By: g00r00 to Rastus on Wed Jul 06 2016 10:03 pm

    I upgraded my new project BBD from 112a24_l64 to 112a25_l64 and
    found that all echomail coming in was being processed as a dupe.
    The dupe header showed something like:

    Yeah that version doesn't work with point downlinks, use the MUTIL from A24. I should have made a note in the upgrade but I failed to, sorry about that.

    No worries.. I love all the features and rapid development of mis.. exploring and experimenting with new software is my favorite part of our hobby. I only wish I would have tried mystic sooner.

    Thanks,

    Nick
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  • From g00r00@46:1/127 to Rastus on Thursday, July 07, 2016 00:18:03
    No worries.. I love all the features and rapid development of mis.. exploring and experimenting with new software is my favorite part of our hobby. I only wish I would have tried mystic sooner.

    Glad to have another person interested!

    I have a long list of ideas, so usually things move pretty fast. Every so often I need to take a few months off from the hectic pace though for real reasons.

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  • From Al@46:1/161 to Rastus on Thursday, July 07, 2016 15:27:42
    On 07/06/16, Rastus said the following...

    I think g00r00 was trying to work around some dupes that were showing in a few places.. Maybe A26 will fix that but I'm sure it'll be fixed anyway.

    I just thought I'd mention it just in case no one had noticed as I
    hadn't seen any comments about about it. I always like to say... you can't fix it if you don't know it's broke.

    That's an absolute truth. Sometimes details that are important can get lost
    in the shuffle, or someone will say say something in a way that is more recognizable.

    I've been running Synchronet for several years. The only reason I installed Mystic was to get familiar with it so that I could better help the new nodes on CombatNet. Now that I am getting familiar with Mystic
    I see that I've been missing out. I really like it!

    That's a tough choice. I have a serious bent towards synchronet, MBSE and a couple of others too.. but I find Mystic is such a comfortable fit for me and
    I like the fact that it is actively developed and supported.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Rastus@46:1/107 to Al on Friday, July 08, 2016 09:58:27
    Re: Point Node Dupes
    By: Al to Rastus on Thu Jul 07 2016 03:27 pm


    I've been running Synchronet for several years. The only reason I
    installed Mystic was to get familiar with it so that I could better
    help the new nodes on CombatNet. Now that I am getting familiar
    with Mystic I see that I've been missing out. I really like it!

    That's a tough choice. I have a serious bent towards synchronet, MBSE and a couple of others too.. but I find Mystic is such a comfortable fit for me and I like the fact that it is actively developed and supported.. :)

    I'm going to continue running EWBBS on Synchronet and my new board on Mystic. This way I get to experince both packages develope. Sycnchronet is stil being developed too, but the Dev's seem to have taken a break to enjoy the summer months.. who can blame them!

    Nick
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  • From g00r00@46:1/127 to Rastus on Friday, July 08, 2016 14:24:28
    I'm going to continue running EWBBS on Synchronet and my new board on Mystic. This way I get to experince both packages develope. Sycnchronet
    is stil being developed too, but the Dev's seem to have taken a break to enjoy the summer months.. who can blame them!

    Well there you go!

    I may be taking some time off in September, so maybe it'll work out perfectly.

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  • From Tiny@46:1/126 to g00r00 on Friday, July 08, 2016 17:03:50
    I may be taking some time off in September, so maybe it'll work out perfectly.

    Did we say you could? <Laugh> Seriously take some time off and rest man. I'm taking a week in August off from work and I can't wait! I already told everyone if they bother me I will replace them. hahahaha

    Shawn

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