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Recently I had found that there are some articles missing in my forum
Please tell me why and how does that happen and the solution to solve this problem.

[originally posted on jforum.net by bad]
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Recently I met the same problem. After some checking, I found the problem happened in the database. Are you using mysql with InnoDB?

If this is the situation, you can try to convert all your jforum table into MyISAM format. I know it's a dumb solution, but it really works. 8)

For example, to convert jforum_posts table to MyISAM format, type in you mysql shell prompt.

[originally posted on jforum.net by phobos]
 
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