Today, I got this 3-year-old question in my rss feed: Is it glitching?

What percentage of its capacity should I aim to run a network at?

  • Hmmh, the question has long been answered and accepted so the Community bot shouldn't bother with it but the second answer is from you and marked as Community Wiki. Maybe that's the reason for this. I am migrating this to Meta Stack Exchange as this isn't really Server Fault specific.
    – Sven
    Mar 18 '17 at 18:05
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    There's nothing in its timeline for today either, and I went through the first few pages of the active questions list (in case it was a deletion event, which I don't have the priv to see, or some community bump related thing) and also didn't see it there. Weird.
    – Jason C
    Mar 18 '17 at 21:06
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    What exactly is your RSS feed? Can you post its source? Mar 19 '17 at 8:19
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    Sure: it's "serverfault.com/feeds/tag/capacity-planning"
    – davecb
    Mar 19 '17 at 19:53

Sigh; yes, that's probably me; I've disabled the smoke-test server related to this while I investigate. Almost certainly the same bug as this, manifesting in a slightly different way. Both look very-much like the wrong offsets being applied to a pre-indexed chunk'o'data. For you it meant you got slightly the wrong page of records; for other folks it has meant the wrong tag entirely - but the per-tag pre-indexes are stacked adjacently, so that's actually the same thing... ish.

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    So should this be closed as duplicate? Mar 20 '17 at 9:41
  • A few days ago I saw old questions simply by clicking on "Questions" at the top of this Webpage (Mobile view). I answered a few of those questions, some answered and some not; scored a few Points for one as the answer was accepted (as the only one). So not RSS Feed limited nor does it seem a dupe of the other. - Past couple of days I've not seen any old questions (on the first page) so for me it was fixed, now.
    – Rob
    Mar 21 '17 at 4:13
  • Much appreciated: you can nclose this with my thanks, then.
    – davecb
    Mar 21 '17 at 12:39

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