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Mixes up posts from different planet instances if one planet is subscribed to a subfeed of the feed of another planet instance. #8

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xtaran opened this Issue Mar 16, 2011 · 1 comment

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xtaran commented Mar 16, 2011

We have the following setup:

http://planet.symlink.ch/ is subscribed to http://noone.org/blog/index.rss

http://planet-commandline.org/ is subscribed to http://noone.org/blog/English/Computer/Debian/CoolTools/index.rss and http://noone.org/blog/English/Computer/Shell/index.rss which both contain subsets of the postings in http://noone.org/blog/index.rss

Both planets run from the same PlanetVenus installation (git master HEAD as of now) including the same cache, just with different configuration files.

Now the posting http://noone.org/blog/Deutsch/Computer/Internet/Mutationen%2520auf%2520Planet%2520Symlink.html shows up on http://planet-commandline.org/ as soon as it has been updated once after http://planet.symlink.ch/ has cached it, despite it's only in http://noone.org/blog/index.rss but neither in http://noone.org/blog/English/Computer/Debian/CoolTools/index.rss nor in http://noone.org/blog/English/Computer/Shell/index.rss

Looks to me as if the cache evaluation is broken with regards to checking if a cached posting belongs to a planet or not.

@xtaran
xtaran commented Mar 16, 2011

A workaround is to use a non-shared cache directory for those two planets, but this also means that at least one feed is fetched twice now.

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