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  • Notification emails are broken

    I get the header (somebody did something), I get the footer (whatever that says), but the actual content cuts off bad.

    Eg.

    Code:
    phoronixblablabalbalb
    user said:
    **********************************
    [quote]blahalhabalblabal
    I agree with you th
    **************************
    phoronixblablabalbalb
    (I'll get a picture later)

    This is an (years) old problem, since a forum upgrade.

    Am I the only one that has this?
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    My notification e-mails contain all the post content
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    Looks like mine is broken too
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    How do I vote in a poll?
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  • #2
    Haven't seen anyone else report problem, but will see what others say...
    Michael Larabel
    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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    • #3
      Here is one from today:
      Dear Licaon, paolo has made a new post under Linux 4.15 I/O Scheduler Tests: BFQ, CFQ, Kyber
      The discussion is located at: https://www.phoronix.com/forums/node/996745
      Here is the message that has been posted:
      ***************
      Thanks Michael for these new tests. Unfortunately they confirm my (partially) bad results with BFQ on start-up times. The reason is that, while my
      ***************
      All the best, Phoronix Forums To unsubscribe from this, please visit this page: https://www.phoronix.com/forums/member/37/subscriptions
      While the full post is:
      Thanks Michael for these new tests. Unfortunately they confirm my (partially) bad results with BFQ on start-up times. The reason is that, while my fixes/improvements did improve things, 4.15 came with new block-layer issues, which almost completely offset my improvements. If you are curious, problems are caused by how blk-mq distributes tags for I/O requests. I have just finished preparing a bunch of patches to counter these new 4.15 issues, and results on my machines are apparently extremely good. If everything runs fine, you'll see these improvements in 4.16 (hoping that 4.16 will not introduce brand new problems). Or much before in my bfq-mq development branch.
      Also, under that post there's another one, but I've not been notified about, which makes the whole point of *a thread subscription* useless.

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