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[Swftools-common] Fwd: OFF-LIST | Re: Wiki errors

From: RDP
Subject: [Swftools-common] Fwd: OFF-LIST | Re: Wiki errors
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 15:49:31 +0000

It appears an automatic PHP upgrade has disagreed with the previous APC
installation - as in it either can't find it, or is simply
incompatible.  A fix will be
implemented shortly.

The old wiki isn't presently monitored for such errors, either. That
will be rectified
shortly, also.

Sincere apologies to all affected by the lack of access.

Kinjd regards,


Many thanks for briniging this to my attention.

bttbomk, resulting byte code can to some extent be reassembled, but,
it depends on what exactly you are rying to do, and how!

Kind regards,


On 27 January 2016 at 14:34, Wyatt Ward <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi, I just tried to access the old swftools wiki
> <http://wiki.swftools.org/w/>, and I wanted to let you know it's down.
> [1fb04e79] /w/ Exception from line 141 of /srv/http/
> wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/objectcache/ObjectCache.php:
> CACHE_ACCEL requested but no suitable object cache is present. You may want
> to install APC.
> Backtrace:
> #0 /srv/http/
> wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/objectcache/ObjectCache.php(85):
> ObjectCache::newAccelerator(array)
> #1 /srv/http/
> wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/objectcache/ObjectCache.php(72):
> ObjectCache::newFromParams(array)
> #2 /srv/http/
> wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/objectcache/ObjectCache.php(44):
> ObjectCache::newFromId(integer)
> #3 /srv/http/
> wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/GlobalFunctions.php(3952):
> ObjectCache::getInstance(integer)
> #4 /srv/http/wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/Setup.php(561):
> wfGetMainCache()
> #5 /srv/http/wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/includes/WebStart.php(121):
> require_once(string)
> #6 /srv/http/wiki.swftools.org/public_html/w/index.php(43): require(string)
> #7 {main}
> Also, I have a question that I was going to look for info on the wiki for.
> Can bytecode disassembled with swfdump be re-assembled somehow?
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