[wp-testers] Re: 2.0.1 Testing: XMLRPC, Cache, Uploads
runzhou.li at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 19:45:11 GMT 2006
> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 15:18:43 -0800
> From: Ryan Boren <ryan at boren.nu>
> Subject: [wp-testers] 2.0.1 Testing: XMLRPC, Cache, Uploads
> To: wp-testers at lists.automattic.com
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> We need to put 2.0.1 through its paces. Particular areas to focus on
> are XMLRPC, Obect Caching, and Uploads.
> The upload directory can now be changed in Options->Misc. The upload
> directory must be within the WP tree. Organizing uploads by year/month
> can be turned on/off via a checkbox. The default values if safe_mode is
> enabled are wp-content/ for the upload directory and no month/year
> organization. The defaults if safe_mode is off are wp-content/uploads
> for the upload dir with year/month organization turned on. We have
> different defaults when safe_mode is on because safe_mode breaks
> directory creation in interesting ways on most hosts.
> All XMLRPC interfaces need to be tested. We had to touch every XMLRPC
> function to fix some user init problems. We especially need XMLRPC
> upload testing with ecto and other clients which support
> The object cache has new flush code that should help certain
> environments during upgrades. After running upgrade.php, look in your
> cache directory to make sure all objects have fresh timestamps. Also,
> if safe_mode is on, the persistent cache is disabled due to the
> aforementioned problems with safe_mode. I might add an ENABLE_CACHE
> flag that can be set in wp-config.php to force the cache to be enabled
> for those who know they have a functional safe_mode and want to use the
> Go grab the latest nightly and try to break it.
Thx Ryan!!! I totally support your idea about adding an ENABLE_CACHE flag
that forces the cache to work under the safe mode condition. I've suffered a
lot with 50-some queries on the front page EVERY SINGLE TIME ppl visit it...
Anyways, rather than saying XMLPRC, Cache and Uploads are the main things, I
think to allow the whole application working with safe_mode as fully
functional as possible is more important :-)
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