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It came when I clicked on "Javaranch Big Moose Salooon" in the following navigation.
JavaRanch Big Moose Saloon � This Site � JavaRanch
Here is the descrption :-
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Sorry, UBB has encountered an unexpected, fatal error. This error is extremely abnormal. Please contact the board administration. The error text is:
/home/vhost1/saloon.javaranch.com/vroot/html/ubb/cache-PXSBDZXS/ubb_files/summary/summary.html: Expected to write out 121920 bytes, but file on disk is only !]
Here is the backtrace:
Backtrace: ubb_lib_filehandle.cgi:185 -> sub UBB::FileHandle::tracer
Backtrace: ubb_lib_filehandler.cgi:132 -> sub UBB::FileHandle::close
Backtrace: ubb_lib_files.cgi:522 -> sub UBB::FileHandler::close
Backtrace: ubb_forum_summary.cgi:93 -> sub main::WriteFileAsString
Backtrace: ultimatebb.cgi:484 -> sub main::forum_summary
� Please use your browser's back button to return.
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[ April 16, 2004: Message edited by: Varun Khanna ]
 
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Thanks for reporting this. We have run into this error on occasion before, and still have not identified a cause. However, if this becomes more common we will start working with the vendor to find a solution.
We have not noticed that there are any ill effects from this, so hopefully you are back to working OK.
 
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