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by nameless
06 Oct 2015, 20:22
Forum: Support
Topic: Periodic releases are over II - script
Replies: 3
Views: 5620

Re: Periodic releases are over II - script

Why are u assuming everybody has systemd on their servers?
I do not.
Other than that this might actually be useful.
by nameless
10 Sep 2015, 18:50
Forum: Development
Topic: Tiny Tiny RSS Android App Bug
Replies: 5
Views: 5857

Re: Tiny Tiny RSS Android App Bug

This hasn't happened to me for quite some time now either.
Things worked fine after you commited this https://tt-rss.org/gitlab/fox/tt-rss/co ... f062ef5a44
Looking at what was changed with this commit this is probably totally by accident.
by nameless
02 Sep 2015, 19:42
Forum: Development
Topic: Tiny Tiny RSS Android App Bug
Replies: 5
Views: 5857

Re: Tiny Tiny RSS Android App Bug

I actually can second this. Have witnessed it multiple times while having auto mark as read enabled.
And no I don't think I have an packet loss.
by nameless
11 Aug 2015, 20:28
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: enabling af_readability on article matching a filter
Replies: 10
Views: 14612

Re: enabling af_readability on article matching a filter

I actually love this idea to be honest.
by nameless
10 Aug 2015, 00:57
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: using ttrss as a pocket replacement
Replies: 3
Views: 6236

Re: using ttrss as a pocket replacement

So I actually got this working.
My code is pretty bad though if anybody has any interest in this let me know. I might do some refactoring then and publish it.
by nameless
05 Aug 2015, 23:12
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

I can second this. had some huge entries there after reindexing.
by nameless
05 Aug 2015, 18:32
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

that worked for me.
thanks
by nameless
05 Aug 2015, 13:38
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

keep us informed I just looked through last nights monitoring. CPU usage was moderated but exploded to a 100% when update.php started processing 1 article instead of 500. My ttrss database filled approximately 35 gigabyte of storage on my server. I rolled back to a backup. Gonna try this again toni...
by nameless
05 Aug 2015, 01:23
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

i let i run and now server storage quota exceeded.
wtf :D

Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/vzfs 50000000 50000000 0 100% /
by nameless
04 Aug 2015, 19:40
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

i dunno, its a pretty big machine. i still got two cores almost idling also theres still lots of ram unused. edit: anyways i will the have the indexer running for some time. i still might go back to a backup tomorrow is there a reason why the indexer did processing for 500 articles at once when i st...
by nameless
04 Aug 2015, 19:28
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

well i did breake some things, not all.
ttrss is now slow as fuck and the system tab in preferences keeps telling me an error occurred.
by nameless
04 Aug 2015, 18:49
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

thats probably true
btw. update.php is processing more articles than it initially told me. is that something thats supposed to happen?
by nameless
04 Aug 2015, 18:24
Forum: Development
Topic: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql
Replies: 42
Views: 70364

Re: Heads up: native fulltext search on pgsql

This is probably gonna annoy some user on shared hosting :mrgreen:
Not that anyone here would care :lol:
by nameless
31 Jul 2015, 00:42
Forum: Development
Topic: dojo version
Replies: 13
Views: 24704

Re: dojo version

I will mess around with it this weekend.
Preferences indeed do look ugly.
Overall this flatish thingy doesent work too well with the basic theme of ttrss.
It's probably not worth to invest too much effort into it.

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