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why my thread was deleted ????

 
amit taneja
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why my thread was deleted ???

with the name how much time required for scwcd if study full time ??

i m not happy with this attitude of moderators


and same in scbcd forum ?? why

even i have asked question that may have threads but this should not be done...atleast give link so i get info ...
but u guys just deleted it... i m unhappy
 
Steven Bell
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The server crashed. Many posts were lost.
 
amit taneja
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hi
how can the post be deleted if server crashed as they are saved on database...
there is no relation..if the server crashed ...the site should be inaccessible for the time being..
anyway..

can i repost my topic with subject name " how much time required for scwcd if study full time ??"

if you ppl don't have deleted intentailly then i will post agian...
i m afraid that you may delete it again...

so can i post again moderator or not ? ...batender/sheriff do reply
 
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To the best of my knowledge the ranch runs on flat files, not a DB. I'm not sure what the specific reason is for posts being lost, but it happens.
 
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There is a topic in the JavaRanch forum for discussing items like JavaRanch (which may be why the forum is called "JavaRanch" and not "EJB Certification (SCBCD)" ). It is generally a good idea to check in the JavaRanch forum from time to time (especially after experiencing a problem) as that is where all general announcements are made.

For what its worth, if software caches messages in memory, and the server crashes, then messages will be lost (note the "if" there - I have not tried to read the source code to find out if this is the case for UBB).

Likewise if the hard drive crashed, then data will be lost - this site is not a commercial site, and so far nobody has volunteered to purchase a RAID system (yes - you could be the first to offer ).

Please continue any further discussions in "Saloon Server went down June 3, 2005. Posts lost".

Regards, Andrew
 
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Originally posted by Andrew Monkhouse:
Please continue any further discussions in "Saloon Server went down June 3, 2005. Posts lost".


Closing this thread.
 
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