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Last time I check overall counters, there was something strange:

While display:

138 Answers 27,469 Reputation 15 Questions

The overall page display:

Meta Stack Overflow ♦

Q&A for meta-discussion of the Stack Exchange family of Q&A websites Joined 4 years ago, last seen 2 days ago 228,907 reputation 64 621 1052 badges 0 questions 0 answers

Stack Overflow ♦

Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers Joined 5 years ago, last seen 2 days ago 27,469 reputation 36 112 125 badges 0 questions 0 answers

Super User ♦

Q&A for computer enthusiasts and power users Joined 4 years ago, last seen 2 days ago 11,742 reputation 19 64 98 badges 0 questions 0 answers

Webmasters ♦

Q&A for pro webmasters Joined 3 years ago, last seen 9 days ago 7,916 reputation 12 45 71 badges 0 questions 0 answers

Notice, all Question and Answer counters display 0.

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Interesting. My accounts tab displays the number of answers I have here on Meta, but 0 for everything else... – animuson Sep 16 '13 at 23:28
[status-reproduced] – michaelb958 Sep 16 '13 at 23:56
noticed this earlier, still showing as 0's on mine – user234239 Sep 17 '13 at 6:00
@animuson as far as I can tell, should be used for things related to the site itself, this one is about the network profile of users. – Shadow Wizard Sep 17 '13 at 12:16

Well, this sucks! Unfortunately we're not in a position to fix it, yet. What I can do is a very close approximation which I've just done and you'll begin to see as cache falls out over the next 10 minutes.

Since the last import of an SE 1.0 site (we're sure this time, we deleted the servers, always double tap!) we needed to run a network-wide aggregation backfill which syncs up our aggregated data from all sites. Yesterday we ran only the user portion of this without considering those counts...which are traditionally synced by the next step in the process.

The reason we can't do that is it creates a huge amount of data churn we don't want to risk at the moment. While we have our secondary Oregon data center offline our database transaction logs are accumulating in New York, any large scale data changes greatly impact that. While we have plenty of SSD space these days, it's still limited so we want to avoid a backfill until Oregon SQL instances are online and re-syncing with New York, draining that transaction log queue down to 0 again.

We anticipate this process happening Thursday or Friday this week, Steve and Geoff are working out there to bring the upgraded data center back online as soon as superhumanly possibly.

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Oh man, I missed those answers of yours, full with technical details! :) – Shadow Wizard Sep 17 '13 at 12:12
Ok, but could you confirm if I ask this (report the bug) on the right place? – F. Hauri Sep 18 '13 at 5:48
@F.Hauri you mean here on meta? Yes this is exactly the right place for such reports, thanks! – Nick Craver Sep 18 '13 at 10:13
This seems fixed now. [status-completed]? – Doorknob Sep 26 '13 at 1:29

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