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I have noticed that I have leases in my Main Web that are the result of people clicking on topics yet-to-be-created (by clicking the ?), and then backing out of that via the browser.

This creates a lease on a topic that does not exist (since the topic was never actually created).

Now, the tick_twiki.pl is supposed to remove expired leases, but it does so by finding all the topics in a web, locating the lease (if any) and checking for expiration.

However, this is backward, since for these types of "bogus" leases, the topic does not exist!!

Ideally, tick_twiki.pl should:

1) look for leases files in each web 2) find a corresponding topic 3) if none exists, remove the lease 4) if a topic exists, check lease expiry and remove if old.

Now that I know about these bogus leases, I can remove them manually, but ideally the tick_twiki script should take care of them.

indeed it should.


4.1.0 released


Summary tick_twiki.pl script does not correctly remove leases
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.DarrenElkerton
Codebase 4.0.4
SVN Range TWiki-4.1, Sun, 22 Oct 2006, build 11793
AppliesTo Engine

Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed

Checkins 12289
TargetRelease minor
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Topic revision: r5 - 2007-01-16 - KennethLavrsen
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