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    Upset Missing thread?

    I just lost my new post...anyone know which part of the ozone they disappear to.

    I was given this error " Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 20971520 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 129 bytes) in /data/data01/web/html/files/includes/functions_search.php on line 197", so I re-posted it.

    A message came back telling me that I had already posted the thread within the past five minutes and now I don't see it anywhere.

    Oh well.
    Last edited by STinGa; 05-12-2005 at 03:32 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STinGa
    I just lost my new post...anyone know which part of the ozone they disappear to.

    I was given this error " Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 20971520 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 129 bytes) in /data/data01/web/html/files/includes/functions_search.php on line 197", so I re-posted it.

    A message came back telling me that I had already posted the thread within the past five minutes and now I don't see it anywhere.

    Oh well.
    sorry, i think you're SOL on the post. i've had the same thing happen and never could find the post again. what i do now for longer posts is either type it in and then copy & paste it to a word document or type it as a word doc and then copy & paste it into a post. this way if the post disappears the work i did doesn't go with it.

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    me three, I've had errors like that a lot recently. I'll second *rt*'s idea to paste your post into something else before you hit submit.

    So, mods, what is the problem... busy server or what?

    formica

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    I've passed a link to your thread on to Gregg.

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    Yes, that answer is busy server.

    That error happens just at the exact wrong time, when you are making your post, and is a result of a slow server.

    We have new servers in the office that we will be getting online soon.

    Thanks for your patience.

    -g

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    I've got that error brfore when I tried to post. So I re-posted and the both threads showed up. A flame fest ensued. New servers will be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *rt*
    sorry, i think you're SOL on the post. i've had the same thing happen and never could find the post again. what i do now for longer posts is either type it in and then copy & paste it to a word document or type it as a word doc and then copy & paste it into a post. this way if the post disappears the work i did doesn't go with it.

    rt
    Thanks *rt* and everyone else. Fortunately the post wasn't a long one, but I was squeezing it in while at work . It previewed fine but then disappeared upon the submission. I will give it another shot later during this shift.

    Tom
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