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I asked a question a while ago on superuser: What is a good OS to mess around with Xen Dom0?

I logged into superuser today to find it had been moved. I don't see anything server-specific about the question however. And what is more troubling is that I can not even see who closed the question because the original question on superuser has been deleted.(which I didn't think was possible, and I definitely don't think is a good idea)

So why was my question moved, and more worrying, why was the original question deleted?

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As an aside: clicking on "migrated from superuser.com" redirects you to the original with a ?noredirect=1 URL. But maybe you indeed cannot see that, despite it being your own question? –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 15:40
    
@Arjan. that is an interesting point. Can we see our own deleted questions? From here it appears not –  Earlz Feb 12 '11 at 18:34
    
Okay, @Earlz, then apparently you must have 10k rep to see your own deleted question. (Though I'm sure you can see your own deleted answers.) –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 18:48
    
if you know the URL, you might be able to see the revision history? –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 18:52

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There is a process that automatically deletes migration stubs after 30 days. Since we auto-redirect on deletion to the target site, the migration stubs are of no lasting value on the source site.

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Except for its (public) revision history maybe? (Not a problem for me.) –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 15:32
    
This question was deleted after 3 days, not 30. Though: it was indeed asked more than 30 days ago. –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 15:33
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That explains why I couldn't figure out who deleted it. It felt automated. –  Diago Feb 12 '11 at 18:18

Typically virtualization questions belong on serverfault, especially concerning Xen as it's so frequently used in server environments. In other words, Xen professionals are more likely to be on and help out at serverfault than on superuser.

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Ok, that makes sense. Any idea why the original question was deleted from superuser? –  Earlz Feb 12 '11 at 3:22
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@Earlz I did the original migration, however the system is not showing me who deleted it. From what I see it was deleted by yourself, however I will raise the question with the developers. –  Diago Feb 12 '11 at 11:36
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Could we then change the FAQ, please? It states: Server Fault is for system administrators and desktop support professionals, people who manage or maintain computers in a professional capacity. –  Arjan Feb 12 '11 at 15:36

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