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Don't hold your breath lol
So I have spent a few hours catching up and noticed an intermittent lag. It varies from brief to not loading the page at all. I'm wondering if there is a connection...
Gunter, search is working fully nor in the Irish forum where it was not working at all hours earlier.
Yes it seems to be working. Can’t tell for sure yet if I see all messages from all days. If not, I will report it here.
Intermittent search noted ... thanks ...
It happened again, and this time the zeta search does not work either.
Tech has been working on search, will let them know, thanks.
Fyi still no search results for posts newer then Sep 13.
Thanks, for what it's worth : one of my posters told me today that their forum search does not work either.
It all started when you changed or updated server a few days before my first mail here.
Is that the issue? Maybe losing pointers that connect the data threads?
One of the advantages of paid accounts is supposed to be that we can do searches deep into the past of the forum. I can't even search what was posted today or yesterday and it has been going on for quite a while now.
Sorry this keeps hanging without a quick fix.
Specifying other forums where this is happening may help.