That's no question, just a remark about a post-migration effect...

Yes, I confess to read both URLs and log entries, especially as I noticed that claim:)

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Has the forum already been using SA 16 before?

asked 29 Mar '14, 15:04

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edited 29 Mar '14, 15:06


What "maintenance log" are you talking about? The list of outages (which I cleaned up) here seems to be working fine.

Update: This is fixed. When modifying the contents of the page, I seem to have marked it as unpublished, which would prevent any non-administrator from seeing it. This is why I could see it but nobody else could, and why I couldn't see it when I logged out.

To answer the question, no. The old forum used SQL Anywhere 12.0.1. The new one uses 16.0.

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answered 29 Mar '14, 18:22

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edited 31 Mar '14, 09:15

Scroll down to the bottom of this page (or any page methinks). The "Maintenance Log" link is down there in the weeds.

(29 Mar '14, 20:50) Breck Carter
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In that case, it is a link to the right place and does not give a 404.

(29 Mar '14, 20:52) Graeme Perrow

Um, your link "here" gives 404, it being the same URL as "Maintenance Log".

(29 Mar '14, 20:52) Breck Carter
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Weird. With Chrome I get the right page. Just tried IE and Firefox and I get the 404 with the exact same URL. I will investigate.

(29 Mar '14, 20:54) Graeme Perrow

I get 404 with Chrome. It may be an "outside the firewall" issue.

(29 Mar '14, 20:55) Breck Carter

I get 404 with IE11.

(29 Mar '14, 20:57) Breck Carter

When I'm logged in with IE I get the right page. When I log out of the forum and try again, I get the 404. Eeeeenteresting.

(29 Mar '14, 20:57) Graeme Perrow

Time for the dead chicken :)

(29 Mar '14, 20:58) Breck Carter

Ok, then... have a good evening [snork] :)

(29 Mar '14, 20:59) Breck Carter

FWIW, yes, that's the link I meant - still get a 404 with FF 27.1 and 28.0.

(In the end this issue might give a new entry in that maintenance log itself, methinks...)

(30 Mar '14, 07:41) Volker Barth
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