Last modified: 2007-01-24 17:05:27 UTC
An article history ([[:it:Piero Angela]]) was truncated when someone edited it.
The article now only has the section edited by the last user. Relevant entries
from recent changes page:
(diff) (cron) . . mN Piero Angela; 13:28 . . Andrea.gf (Discussione)
(diff) (cron) . . m Piero Angela; 13:09 . . Hellisp (Discussione)
The article was marked as NEW in the second edit, and a look at the
article history shows it as truncated to these two entries. Could it be
some master/slave issue between the database servers?
The history of the article in question was recovered by an admin using this
* delete the page
* recover the deleted edits using the new 1.4 interface
So it seems that the "old" table was not really affected, just some references
Similar problem (page move) on http://bg.wiktionary.org. A user moves a talk
page http://bg.wiktionary.org/wiki/User_talk:Antonio to
http://bg.wiktionary.org/wiki/Talk:Азис, and the talk page dissapears, redlinks,
as if non existant. I tried to repeat the bug moving another page, but didn't
Recovered the text of the talk page from the RC-diff links
but the history is not there, on neither of the pages.
For some reason the page was incorrectly stored (ns=0, title='Беседа:Азис').
I've moved it to:
Sorry I mistakenly wrote 'wiktionary' where it should be 'wikiquote'. Thanks for
having recovered the page. --Petko
Presumably an old bad language file. Data was recovered, closing FIXED.