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    Seems to have levelled off the cache at around 35,000 objects at the moment, will keep an eye and report back later.
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    If you are running cPanel AND your hosting companies allows you access to Multi PHP INI Editor AND you are allowed by them to change the values - that is by far the best way of doing it. Once you have changed it, then go into PHP Info and go to the sessions section and check that it has changed If your statement in your last post of the setting of your memory_limit at 15M is correct and it isnt a typo, then you need to change or better still remove that line !
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    I'm going to add an extra step to the joyride on first admin login.
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    UPDATE: forgot to actually push the "submit" button on this post yesterday.... DOH Reporting back.. something is still not right for sure. So I've been writing data to the log all day, the cache has been cleared at least twice but the number of actual writes doesn't add up. In 9 hours, 377,000 new file writes. But, I am seeing a lot of duplicate hashes being written, an example of this is: even if caching WAS working correctly, and cache was cleared we should NOT have written the same item to cache 8442 times since this morning. Most things in the log do appear to be duplicated many thousands of times. Assuming the overwriting of cache is working correctly, this is incorrect and will add to increased IO for file cache. Here is my log amendment for reference: modified _writeCache function: protected function _writeCache($data, $query) { $query_hash = md5($query); if (isset($GLOBALS['cache']) && is_object($GLOBALS['cache'])) { $fp = fopen('query_log.txt', 'a+'); fwrite($fp, time() . " ### " . $query_hash . "\r\n"); fclose($fp); return $GLOBALS['cache']->write($data, 'sql.'.$query_hash); } return false; } maybe I did something wrong... but, initial results suggest cache is being written mode than it should. I'll need to check the write function to see if it does a check first. won't have time until this evening.
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    One final experiment before we take a different approach: Log out of admin. Log out of the storefront. Clear the cookies to your site (or use a different browser or computer). Change those values in global.inc.php to be the latest file and folder names. Save the file. Go to the page www.store.com/admin.php. Attempt to log in.
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    According to this conversation on Stack Overflow, your page needs a <link>, and then you need to tell FB to re-fetch the targeted image using a LINT or DEBUG tool. In the <head> section, add: <link rel="image_src" href="{$PRODUCT.small}" /> That conversation also mentions using Open Graph tags, but the latest Foundation skin uses only two of the six required, and only if FBOG is true -- which I cannot find where that happens. Your skin may or may not have that code.
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    Please see GitHub issue #2084 and commit f9e9059.
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    There is this: https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/1427 which could be enhanced to include the case where there is just one product in the listing of a category and there are no child categories. (I'll add this to my to-do list.)
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    Interestingly, we have just had a report from a client of this exact same behaviour and they have been running 6.2.0 (just recently upgraded to 6.2.1) so it looks like it could be a problem introduced with the new caching in 6.2.0 - unfortunately our client has reported this and then closed their store for their Summer holiday Reported as possible issue : https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2116
  11. 1 point
    Two possibilities: CubeCart allows only iframes from SAMEORIGIN. To bypass this, an edit will be needed in two places: * The .htaccess file shipped with CC621 has a directive that will always add SAMEORIGIN to the outgoing headers, and * There is a header command in the core code that adds SAMEORIGIN. and/or (Probably this is the case) Your site is loading under https, but the frame is loading under http. This is mixed security and the latest versions of browsers generally do not allow for this. Please leave off the http: having simply the leading double-slash. The browser will then use the protocol the main page used to be fetched. Then, the page coming into the frame could also have its headers say SAMEORIGIN.
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    Hello Havenswift. Just for the record, Im absolutely impressed with cubecart, dont have any problems and have been impressed with the fact that cubecart looks so easy and small time, but once you start using it you find that its just as good as the big boys. Ive got my own shopfront using cubecart and dont intend to swap. I was looking at the possibility of using majento to setup a takeaway food shops online ordering system. They dont want to go to justeat, as justeat charge too much, so this shop wants it "inhouse". Obviously there needs to be sub options when ordering product A, like size and whether the customer wants all salad, or salad no onion etc. So I was going to setup majento on my site to try and figure it out, and let the shop see a running test before installing on their own host. But does cubecart allow for sub selections, IE what size pizza, and if you order that type of tee shirt, then select the size etc. Thanks
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    Magento is a PHP based application just as CubeCart is and so you could run then together if you really wanted to as long as one is in a sub-directory. However, Magento is a MASSIVE application (and complex to learn as well as maintain - even patches are extremely complex !) and tough on server resources so if you are planning on running a live site, then it isnt advisable. A live Magento site generally requires a small dedicated server even for a relatively non-busy site.- we have a small number of Magento clients running on very large servers in what we call semi-dedicated hosting where we have 2 to 4 sites per server, geographically spread so clients almost get the benefits of a dedicated server without the costs and hassle.


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