Am 10.12.2013 22:38, schrieb Brad Jorsch (Anomie):
Looking at the code, ParserCache::getOptionsKey() is
used to get the
memc key which has a list of parser option names actually used when
parsing the page. So for example, if a page uses only math and
thumbsize while being parsed, the value would be array( 'math',
Am 11.12.2013 02:35, schrieb Tim Starling:
No, the set of options which fragment the cache is the
same for all
users. So if the user language is included in that set of options,
then users with different languages will get different parser cache
Ah, right, thanks! Got myself confused there.
The thing is: we are changing what's in the list of relevant options. Before the
deployment, there was nothing in it, while with the new code, the user language
should be there. I suppose that means we need to purge these "pointers".
Would bumping wgCacheEpoch be sufficient for that? Note that we don't care much
about puring the actual parser cache entries, we want to purge the "pointer"
entries in the cache.
We just tried
to enable the use of the parser cache for wikidata, and it failed,
resulting in page content being shown in random languages.
That's probably because you incorrectly used $wgLang or
RequestContext::getLanguage(). The user language for the parser is the
one you get from ParserOptions::getUserLangObj().
Oh, thanks for that hint! Seems our code is inconsistent about this, using the
language from the parser options in some places, the one from the context in
others. Need to fix that!
It's not necessary to call
ParserOptions::getUserLangObj() will call it for you (via
Oh great, magic hidden information flow :)
Thanks for the info, I'll get hacking on it!