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Topic Title: NA Forum Search
Topic Summary: Does anyone know how it works???
Created On: 02/12/2010 01:53 PM
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 NA Forum Search   - NamNgo - 02/12/2010 01:53 PM  
 NA Forum Search   - Leonard Amabile - 02/22/2010 03:20 PM  
 NA Forum Search   - NamNgo - 02/25/2010 07:44 AM  
 NA Forum Search   - Marjo Martinez - 02/25/2010 08:46 AM  
 NA Forum Search   - NamNgo - 02/25/2010 10:09 AM  
 NA Forum Search   - NamNgo - 05/26/2010 11:59 AM  
 NA Forum Search   - Leonard Amabile - 05/26/2010 12:54 PM  
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I just set the number of "days" in my profile to 9999 just so I could definitely get everything I've ever posted in the forum to show up. I typically only post in "BPA Server 7 - General Discussion" but I didn't think this topic is appropriate there.

In the category search, I look for my user name "NamNgo" and it pulls some up. However, it does not pull in this issue:

When I looked at Advanced Search options, I saw that you can search the Title and Body of the issue. Are the user names and datetimes that are associated with each post not actually considered part of the body to search?

Also, I tried searching for a part of the issue above using this search string from inside the body: "memory usage so high in the" and I can induce the attached error. Why is the resource broken? Because I can link to it just fine using the URL.

Oddly enough, when I search for other things in the body, it doesn't get the error. Sometimes it shows up as a result (in the case of "memory consumption") and sometimes it doesn't return any results (in the case of "Anyway, here is one day's worth of memory tracking").

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