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I am trying to view the list of StackOverflow users based on their reputation. Following is the link

http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/edit/101107

However, the reputation of EVERYONE is still incorrect! Last Time I posted this question and I got an answer confirming it will be fixed by Sunday. But it seems like it is not!

What is happening? Or else did I do something wrong in query???

Please help!

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Seems it hasn't updated in a while. See the front page data.stackexchange.com –  Bart Mar 4 '13 at 21:27
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I didn't say it'd be fixed by Sunday. I said we usually refresh data on Sundays. We are currently rebuilding the machine that powers the Data Explorer, so it might be a bit longer before it's updated. –  Anna Lear Mar 4 '13 at 22:42
    
@AnnaLear: Thanks! I can see it is done! –  Yohan Mar 6 '13 at 4:27
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up vote 8 down vote accepted

The server that data.se runs on got a lot more usage from you guys once it was updated regularly, and we grew...grew too far for its hard disks to hold.

Tomorrow afternoon we'll be sticking in a new H710 RAID controller and additional SSDs to handle the growth of network data - data.stackexchange.com will be unavailable during this time as we hopefully just expand the secondary RAID array. If the 1st RAID 1 array doesn't recover (the OS drives) then it'll be a full server rebuild and we'll be down a few hours longer.

Since this is really the only issue affecting our weekly refresh capacity, it'll return as soon as we're finished.

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Thanks :). Can you please do me a favor? When it is done fixing, can you please drop a comment here? Hope to have a quick reply :) –  Yohan Mar 5 '13 at 5:16
    
Thanks! I can see it is done! –  Yohan Mar 6 '13 at 4:27
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