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Yesterday morning I was looking at my tag statistics and I distinctly remember seeing at least these two:
863 - Java
92 - C
During the rest of yesterday I've answered a bunch of questions on both Java and C and got upvotes for them (I was actually expecting the bronze for C today) and looking now I see exactly the same numbers as yesterday (and I'm absolutely sure an entire day has gone by, because the reputation tab lists 15 points for today).
I thought these statistics are updated after each day (at least it was like this before). Is something wrong?
Jun 6, 2012 at 9:10
587 2 2 silver badges 13 13 bronze badges
Apparently, the stats in the user activity dialog are calculated based on a database table that
usually gets reset every UTC midnight, by means of a automated job.
It looks like the job didn't run again last night. This happened before and is nothing to worry about, see
Activity overview not displaying today's reputation correctly
If the job itself isn't botched it should run again tonight and your stats will auto-correct.
Jun 6, 2012 at 9:42
Martijn Pieters Martijn Pieters
101k 33 33 gold badges 291 291 silver badges 399 399 bronze badges
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