Steps to reproduce:

  1. Setup authcache, configure a role allowed to post comments, allow cached pages for this role
  2. Create a user with the role created in previous step
  3. View a node with open comments
  4. Post a comment. Result: The new comment is visible
  5. Reload the page without reposting the data: The new comment vanished

I regrettably do not understand how cache-invalidation works in this case. It would be great if the original developer could shed some light on the stuff he implemented in 6.x.


znerol’s picture

Ok, here is what happend. In the course of the drupal 7.x conversion, it was somehow decided that pages should be stored using CACHE_PERMANENT instead of CACHE_TEMPORARY. This change was not only not necessary but is also causing the trouble with the comments. The attached patch reverts it.

simg’s picture

Status: Active » Closed (fixed)

patch applied, thx.