Hello, I'm using tikiwiki 1.9.7 and we have several virtual wikis installed at present. The problem is that the groups we get in the admin section are the groups from the virtual wiki that last made a modification to its groups. So sometimes, on the virtual wiki on which I'm admin, I see the groups of another virtual wiki, and not my own groups. The same happens for the categories. (This might also affect other domains that I haven't identified).
What seems to be happening, is that once there is a modification to groups in one of the virtual wikis, the cache is updated with that content and it seems that all virtual wikis must share the same cache... The exact cause would have to be investigated properlly as this is only an assumption deduced from the symptoms. What I do know, is that in the wiki admin section, I made sure that the cache was set to 0 (no cache), and that the individual cache checkbox was unchecked (no sure what this is supposed to do). So if this is a cache problem, it apparently occurs with a cache that you have no choice of using. Also, it can't be a browser's cache because I never go to the other virutal wikis, so there is no reason these other groups should appear in my browser suddenly.
When I do go in the groups section, the right groups are listed on the page in the section 'list of existing groups' , but in the include box of the 'add new group' section, the groups are wrong.
Well that's about it, I hope this is enough information to solve this bug. Let me know if you need specific information I haven't included in this report.
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