Tiny Tiny RSS: Community

SyntaxError: Unexpected end of JSON input

Describe the problem you’re having:

After logging in, I get JSON error and am unable to use tt-rss

SyntaxError: Unexpected end of JSON input
at JSON.parse ()
at Object.backendSanityCallback (https://rss.example.com/js/AppBase.js?1583190770:341:23)
at https://rss.example.com/js/tt-rss.js?1583190770:95:13
at onComplete (https://rss.example.com/js/common.js?1583190770:26:32)
at klass.respondToReadyState (https://rss.example.com/lib/prototype.js?1583190770:1827:62)
at klass.onStateChange (https://rss.example.com/lib/prototype.js?1583190770:1756:12)

If possible include steps to reproduce the problem:
Unknown, just started happening.

tt-rss version (including git commit id):
tt-rss 2:r9844.8ad523fce-1

Platform (i.e. Linux distro, PHP, PostgreSQL, etc) versions:
Arch Linux
postgresql 12.2-1
php 7.4.4-1

Please provide any additional information below:

p.s. switch to docker

Very helpful, I’ll switch to something not-tt-rss instead.

very much so. by using tt-rss via docker(-compose) you would get an actual stable proven working base for the application, as opposed to your r/unixporn ricer kids distro that you broke somehow and can’t even fathom what happened and why:

see, computers are not humans, they don’t do things randomly. there’s always a cause. you just don’t have the capacity to see it.

i’m entirely unsurprised that you would ignore good advice though, otherwise you’d be using software stack fit for running servers on and we wouldn’t be having this conversation.

that’s not going to fix the underlying problem though, i.e. your technical ineptitude, and bad decisions stemming from it.