I'm still on Xenforo 1.5.x - will this addon be compatible and if so, has it been tested with AWS Aurora clusters to your knowledge?
Let me know at your convenience, I am happy to purchase if you feel it will be suitable.
Can you shine some light on this please? Have you made available as a plugin? If not, I'd be happy to commission it.
My objective is to better utilize my AWS Aurora cluster, currently nothing hits the read replica so it's effectively little more than real-time backup.
I've arrived at this conversation looking for answers on how to hit both servers for read requests in an AWS Aurora Cluster.
Apparently, if you just configure you application to hit the RDS endpoint then none of your traffic will ever touch the read replica. This is a known issue...
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You guys are right.
Mine has stopped working too this last week - with the same error. (I had Strict Oauth set it up working in Feb but the March crackdown on strict Oauth redirect broke it again - )
So I did some investigating.
The error from Facebook is...
Facebook App Dashboard -> Settings -> Advanced.
ON this page..
1. Ensure 'Native or desktop app?' is off (No)
2. Add your server IP into the Server IP Whitelist. (Just good hygiene)
This is the what the error above is actually referring to
3. Add your domain to the Domain Manager section in...
A thing that is also happening in 'secure world' at the moment is depreciation of TLS 1.0 & 1.1 - this leaves just TLS 1.2 as the current fully sanctioned protocol. Eg, Github just depreciated 1.1 & 1.2 and only the latest versions of git clients will work with their service. Twitter may have...
It could also just be a stray img bracket left over from when a user does multiple edits, or manually construct the BB code themselves or some other edit-frenzy screwup by the user who posted the message.
The link to the image - is not actually a link to an image, it's likely a link to a page that is hosting an image.
This happens all the time when members put in a link to a image on Dropbox, Google Drive, Droplr, Imgur or other similar services where the 'share URL' is not actualy a uri direct...