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If you add it as an answer, I will accept. –marcamillion Oct 25 '13 at 0:01 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted huoxito commented Jan 27, 2013 So I placed the 3.2.11 flash.rb middleware in the 3.0.19 app lib/action_dispatch/middleware/flash.rb and now it works great both in development and production. Rename both the current live application and the new application, if desired 7b. Hopefully, someone else here will provide a better-informed answer than this to add the details this loose explanation lacks.

in config/environments/production.rb, find the following: config.serve_static_assets = false and change it to config.serve_static_assets = true config.static_cache_control = "public, max-age=86400" You can obviously customize the max-age directive to suit your needs, but Case closed. Using pry, I was able to determine that it dies on the @verifier.verify(signed_message) line with the following error: ActiveSupport::MessageVerifier::InvalidSignature: ActiveSupport::MessageVerifier::InvalidSignature from /Users/ryan/.rbenv/versions/1.9.3-p125/lib/ruby/gems/1.9.1/gems/activesupport-3.2.6/lib/active_support/message_verifier.rb:42:in `verify' Which is indeed not being rescued. slant commented Dec 27, 2012 Definitely seems like the case.

To resolve this, I conceded to namespace the resource routes: namespace :equipment do resources :assets end And the resulting routes: Eos:production-hub jcarlson$ rake routes | grep assets equipment_assets GET /equipment/assets(.:format) {:action=>"index", Updating the Rails gem The first step in upgrading is to update the Gemfile and run bundle update rails. I've contacted Heroku support, though, to see what happens to the shared database if I destroy the owning application. How to flood the entire lunar surfaces?

The Rails breaking change to FlashHash was to stop inheriting from Hash: # Rails 3.0 - See: http://git.io/X8WqIw class FlashHash < Hash # Rails 3.2 Part of this change is the way icons are referenced. That caused the dump format error.The flash hash usually contains a message to be displayed in a view. Since I've already completed the coding and testing portions of that chore by doing so in a staging environment, my code is ready to deploy.

Not sure about the redis-rails, we are only using cookie based stories. i have restarted memcache after, as that is what i could think to do at the time. I will have to try and find my way in the Marshal.dump code. I noticed an error earlier in my 3.2.9 app, which only happened when trying to get into the console.

scottschulthess commented Apr 19, 2012 I don't see where there has been a fix in rack or rails...I'd clear my session but I'm concerned that when I deploy it will break Upgrading an app should not require wiping all sessions. Thanks again for putting the effort into this. Changing the session_store key as suggested by @povkys would have been a bit overkill in my case since only some users (less than 1%) got problems with their sessions.

One option is to backport #8183 and update it to support flash from rails 3.0 apps. /cc @rafaelfranca @jcoglan @jonleighton jeremy reopened this Dec 27, 2012 jcoglan commented Dec 27, 2012 Rails 3.0.17 -> redis-store 1.0.0.1 Rails 3.2.3 -> redis-rails 3.2.3 Rails 3.2.9 -> redis-rails 3.2.3 So it seems as though I need to somehow get your patch into place before these This method takes the block to execute and handles the redefining of the FlashHash constant for you. The key originates from the same app.

PJ Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: Marshal.load weird issue Robert Klemme (robert_k78) on 2012-10-29 16:08 On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 3:31 PM, Pierre J. wrote: > Sounds like a good use case for a Railtie. I ended up running a script to parse through all the sessions in database and delete those that are invalid. huoxito commented Feb 21, 2013 I believe it's not.

circular figure more hot questions question feed lang-rb about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. jcoglan commented Dec 27, 2012 Maybe some flashes with data in them will help see the different better: # Rails 3.0 >> class FlashHash < Hash ; end >> Marshal.dump(FlashHash.new 'foo' Fjan's suggestion fixed it.

phoet commented Jun 3, 2013 ah, i see, it's also the error on travis https://travis-ci.org/Shopify/identity_cache/builds/7736109 Shopify member camilo commented Jun 4, 2013 Interesting I cannot reproduce this error locally, could you Should I expect any surprise when trying to shoot green fireballs like this? Unfortunately, it will be really difficult for me to share the object itself. The top search result was: https://github.com/rails/rails/issues/2509 Although the the user who started that thread and several of the other posters were attempting an upgrade from Rails 3.0.9 to Rails 3.1, I

So we know that older apps will have the FlashHash bit in the encoded string. closes #3298