Comment #10 on issue 3660 by chip...@gmail.com: Files randomly get lost
from a review request ("This is an empty file.")
It's deeply alarming that they'd "disappear" like that. Review Board is
extremely heavily tested with GitHub (we use it every day ourselves, and
monitor a large install with many GitHub users), and haven't come across
this at all yet. Hmmmmm...
We only show "This is an empty file" if it's a newly-created file of 0
bytes. The "new file" state is computed at diff upload time and never
modified, and the number of changes happens when we parse the uploaded file
content and generate a diff view for it.
So I'm seriously leaning toward corruption somewhere.
What type of database are you using?
Are you using any sort of multi-server approach for your web server or
Any sort of special work you're doing against the database? Anything with
how you do backups?
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