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Tim Nolte @[email protected]
Jan 02, 22:29

Supporting OpenLiteSpeed on arm64 With Docker

I began work on building out a #Docker image build of #OpenLiteSpeed specifically for running on #arm64. I’ll be using this to run my #WordPress sites as well as any other web services. Share this:Like this:Like Loading...

https://timn.me/3GekfnI

Jan 02, 2023, 22:29
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Jeremy Herve @jeremy
Jan 02, 23:37

@tim You seem to have some caching issues on your site atm. Here is what I see when I visit your post.

It makes me wonder if the sharing buttons included in the output of your site's toot is a related issue, or something else entirely. I'm curious because the buttons are from Jetpack so I want to know if there is a bug here we should fix :)
May I ask what your ActivityPub plugin settings are on your site, especially the Post-content and Activity-object-type fields?

Jan 02, 2023, 23:37
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Jeremy Herve @jeremy
Jan 02, 23:49

@tim

Ah, I realize now that this part of my previous post may not have been obvious :

> It makes me wonder if the sharing buttons included in the output of your site's toot is a related issue

I said that because of a display issue I see in Tusky for your toot (see my screenshot), but I see now that It doesn't happen in all ActivityPub clients; everything looks good when I view the toot directly on your instance for example. That all seems to point towards a single caching issue messing things up in the output sent to all clients.

Maybe worth checking your caching settings for the oEmbed endpoint?

Jan 02, 2023, 23:49
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Tim Nolte @[email protected]
Jan 02, 23:56

@jeremy I'm a bit confused as I also use Tusky and this is what I see when viewing my post.

Jan 02, 2023, 23:56
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OpenDNA⚙️ @[email protected]
Jan 04, 06:21

@tim @jeremy I see the "ShareThis" and "Like this" blocks in my timeline too.

Did you publish it without an Excerpt (auto Excerpt) and then republish it with? The first version would persist in some caches.

Jan 04, 2023, 06:21
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Tim Nolte @[email protected]
Jan 04, 12:00

@opendna @jeremy I've got some sort of caching issue going on. For whatever reason I never see it myself directly. Even this morning the post is loading fine both in my browser, even in incognito mode, and in Tusky with me following my blog. timnolte.com/2023/01/04/2nd-ru

Jan 04, 2023, 12:00
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Jeremy Herve @jeremy
Jan 04, 12:04

@tim @opendna That post loads fine for me, but the one from 2 days ago still has the bad cached version:

www.timnolte.com/2023/01/02/supporting-openlitespeed-on-arm64-with-docker/

Jan 04, 2023, 12:04
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Tim Nolte @[email protected]
Jan 04, 12:11

@jeremy @opendna yeah I'm pretty sure it's just a caching issue. I updated a couple of times just now and that post is loading fine now on the web. I have to do some digging into my cache settings to figure out if there is a way to have it cache and serve different versions based on the content type request. has a different content type request, and thus response, than normal web browsing of course.

Jan 04, 2023, 12:11
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