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When I added comment in post. Instead of showing me comment. Stack Overflow generated the index page in comments section. This is not the first time I saw that but I have seen this many times.

This is what I got:

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Btw, You haven't associated you both accounts :) – hims056 Feb 19 '13 at 6:31
    
@hims056 do you know how can I ? – Heart Feb 19 '13 at 6:33
    
Just see this post – hims056 Feb 19 '13 at 6:35
    
Whoah, looks like the AJAX failed. Never seen that myself, but you've got yourself one hell of a bug. – Richard J. Ross III Feb 19 '13 at 6:36
    
@RichardJ.RossIII i have got this bug many times.But this time, i got a screenshot so, I prefer it to add here so, stackoverflow can remove it. :D – Heart Feb 19 '13 at 6:50
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Sorry, but there's no way I can see this happening, so I'll have to assume that this is a problem on your end (my first guess would be a horribly broken proxy).

I have checked the logs; your request when posting the comment was recorded by the load balancer to have received a response of 786 bytes in size. That sounds about right for the expected response (the list of then-present comments, which is then inserted in the appropriate place), but is orders of magnitude below the size that a response containing the full home page would have had.

So something between us and your browser replaced the response. Note in particular that this misplaced homepage in your screenshot has a "log in" link. Had your browser requested that page, it would have had your name at the top, since you were logged in.

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