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Old 03-19-2007, 04:39 AM   #1
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I'm getting tons of these this morning. Just thought you would want to know:


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I got that last night. But it seemed to go away when I would refresh the pages.
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seems fine now
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I got them twice at my apartment and again about 2 hrs ago on campus.
On my own computer I could reload and it would work.
At campus the website wouldn't work entirely once i got that error.
Very well could have been the campus network though.
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nothing I can do about it if I can't replicate it
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I got them alot this morning too? seems fine now.
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Yep no complaints. Thanks philip.
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sometimes SQL just ***** up

in reality since it's a shared server there isn't **** I can do about it besides request to move the DB to a less used SQL server, which I've done in the past. The loads on this one have been great though.

A surefire way to **** it up is to try and load an attachment larger than it can handle, I think SQL can handle 4 megs and I have the max file size set higher.

I guess I'll run a backup just to be safe
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