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    ccd1
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    Well, got them to change the servers motherboard.

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  • ccd1
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    Oh, well. VO just restarted the database so maybe that will help.

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    The times referenced come from the server using PHP's time() function. The only thing I've ever seen cause a glitch in this is when the server's time itself gets screwed up. I know you said VO already looked into it, but it's not something vB controls so I don't know what else to say.

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  • ccd1
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    reply: August 2nd, 2002 07:14
    original post (underneath): August 2nd, 2002 08:07

    See? The original post was really at 7:07, or the reply at 8:14.

    What's going on?

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  • Mike Sullivan
    Former vBulletin Developer

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    It shows the same time (the minutes are the same as what you referenced). The hour is different because of the time zone you have specified in your control panel (unregistered users run at GMT).

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  • ccd1
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    Okay, so I logged out and went to the thread, apparently, the reply was posted 50 minutes before the original post (this goes back to the problem I reported about my users not having the same time, some are an hour behind, and some are an hour ahead).

    I have no idea what the cause of this problem is. Why doesn't everyone have the same time?

    See for yourself

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  • ccd1
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    I'd do it if I could log on as one of my users
    (having access to their password) but how could I post it?

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  • Jake Bunce
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    you would need to change the date of the post. there is no front end for doing this. you could query the database for each post that is out of order or just copy the contents of the post, delete the post, and repost it so it's newer.

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  • ccd1
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    How do I rearrange the order of the posts on a thread to fix this?

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  • ccd1
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    Yep, I told them that. He said [Ventures Online] he just went through the logs and all is okay. He says the problem might be a new version of PHP

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  • Jake Bunce
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    hrmm... i don't know what else could cause this problem. you and matt whelan are on the same server and are having the same problem?

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  • ccd1
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    They said the server time is okay.

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  • ccd1
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    Yep, Liberty server on Ventures Online. I'll let them know.

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  • Jake Bunce
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    are you on the same server as this guy?

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=51614

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  • ccd1
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  • ccd1
    started a topic Reply above original post?

    Reply above original post?

    Okay, I have a user that posted a thread, and then another user posted a reply, but his reply is now the first in the thread.

    The original post is dated August 2nd, 2002 17:07 and the reply (which is now on top) is dated August 2nd, 2002 16:14. How do I fix this? What the hell is going on?
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