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Mainly, it works by hovering over the point count in the upper right and seeing the total.
Last month, roughly, it appeared for a while and disappeared , again.
Currently, I usually start the day with a blank screen, but refresh it periodically. Nearly every day it eventually shows the actual stuff. This will persists through numerous refreshes. Typically, the next morning, it's blank again upon refresh.
It's working now, for example - another up +5 and another -2 for that old post.
As you know more about more computer stuff than I - I'm sure you can figure out what this all means.
A lot of data, mixed with load - the query to fetch the rep history data ends up taking too long and the SQL connection times out.
So as you do more here, you get less reliable history, and as the number of active users decreases, you get a successful update.
My Cat gets a full history every time ...
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We get those here (timeout problems), too. One is the result of SQL Server composing documents and emailing them as reports - they throw a timeout, but apparently, they succeed. Some, due to the many table and hundreds of thousands of records (as table scans) just go too far.
When the users are tired of that, they don't use filters at all and send back so much data that php throws and out-of-memory exception.
Actually, we can beat most of these into submission - but they always find a new way to mess with us. If those run out? Management will request even more complex queries and push the failure back to SQL.
It's from Griff because you didn't accept his reply as a solution...
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
If it got spammed and the spam got nuked, it gets back to the top of the list. Most people don't look at the timestamp and here you go, 2018 turned irrelevant
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Well maybe not rival but for shear strangeness 'Can I have the floorcloth, I need to clean the ceiling?', all through saying that my brain was going 'are you sure?, well too bad you are on your own'. I all wanted to do was get some cobwebs off the ceiling in the office. Why airtex you can't use a duster....
Commodre ST? While Sam Tramiel was booted out of Commodre went to Atari and created the ST, I think you meant Amiga, I noticed the spiders I think they get attrachted to one of the chemincals leeching out of the plastic.
In fall, my house has often been bothered by an invasion of tiny little flies; I believe they are banana files. Last year there were none. I suspect that is has to do with this mosquito repellent I bought, the only one that I have found to work: Beck-olja[^] (besides, that leather bottle holder for your belt is really classy!) I keep the large refill bottle on the shelf in my hall; when I am close up, there is a slight scent of tar from it - Beck-olja is tar based. I suspect that is what has kept the flies from entering my house the last year.
I know. It's just that Tramiel brought along the guys who designed the C64, so the ST is its 16 bit successor. At the same time Commodore bought a small outfit named 'Amiga'. These guys were designing something like a game console, but Commodore wanted a 16 bit computer. However, these guys once worked for Atari and had designed the chipset for the 8 bit Ataris, making the Amiga the 16 bit successor of them.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.