[Project_owners] drupal data loss?

Jake Hartz jake33 at rocketmail.com
Fri May 13 13:55:17 PDT 2011


Just something else I found...

Most of the data still seems to be in Google's cache (at least for me). So,
for example, typing "cache:*mp4downloader*.mozdev.org/drupal/*download*"
into Google brings up its cached version, or just typing "*download* site:*
mp4downloader*.mozdev.org" into Google and clicking on the "Cache" link next
to a result will also bring it up.

I just used this to find most of my data (everything except the most
important stuff, which you needed to be logged in to to view, so it wasn't
cached by Google).

--Jake

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Jake Hartz <jake33 at rocketmail.com> wrote:

> I tried everything - disabling clean URLs, disabling pathauto, etc. and
> still cannot get anything. Also, this page (Admin > Content Management >
> Content) shows nothing:
> http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/admin/content/node
>
> Is this an actual unrecoverable data loss? I had my entire site in Drupal
> (with my entire future development course of action layed out, among other
> important things), and now none of my pages, blog posts, or wiki pages seem
> to be able to be accessed. (However, at least my one sidebar block has
> survived so far...)
>
> Also, it seems that every few minutes I get "access denied" messages and
> must re-login via http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/user. Then, after
> I log in, it doesn't remember any of my data associated with my profile and
> says that I have been a member for one second (as though it just created my
> Drupal account just like when I logged into Drupal for the first time with
> my Mozdev account). I'm not quite sure what this means - data is being
> re-deleted every few minutes?
>
> Thanks,
> Jake
> http://mp4downloader.mozdev.org/drupal/
>
>
> On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Adam Kowalczyk <adam-kowalczyk at o2.pl>wrote:
>
>> Yes, same happened to Brief. Also, it doesn't seem to be a result of a
>> single failure that happened at some single point, it is perpetual problem.
>> I initially noticed there were posts missing yesterday and today even more
>> are gone.
>>
>> - Adam
>>
>>
>> On 2011-05-13 18:19, Eric H. Jung wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Did we have a data loss?
>>>
>>> http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/drupal is missing weeks of posts. None of
>>> my users (including myself) can log in.
>>>
>>> Eric
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