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--- Comment #9 from Bawolff (Brian Wolff) <> ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> Well, but why we cannot calculate it by different why?
> For example as SELECT MAX(cur_id) FROM cur. It will be more accurate value
> than
> COUNT(*) FROM revision.

cur is no longer the name of that table, but for your general point, that would
include pages that have since been deleted since id numbers do not generally
get reused.

(In reply to comment #8)
> On
> which uses super fresh up to date Mediawiki,
> we note
> Content pages    14
> Pages
> (All pages in the wiki, including talk pages, redirects, etc.)    21
> Now we click
> which is linked to the words "Content pages",
> and lo and behold, there are three columns of 22 items each.
> Actually the first column is 23 items.
> That makes 23+22+22, which is very much more than 14.
> This is a blatant bug, no?

Content pages are only pages with links on them in main namespace (See
[[Manual:$wgArticleCountMethod]]). Perhaps some of your pages do not meet that
definition of a content page.

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