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Right now I have a strange problem using the search function. I usually look at "View New Posts" in the Quick Links menu. I inadvertitely hit the link two consecutive times and - as usual - a message telling to wait at least 12 seconds between searches appeared. But this time...
This forum requires that you wait 12 seconds between searches. Please try again in 17927 seconds.
I waited about 15 seconds then retried and the message appears again. Am I supposed to really wait about 5 hours to be able to search messages again?!
Edit: I tried to "View New Posts" again after posting this thread and the wait time is still there... just decreased of about 3 minutes. Also noticed that the time of this post is about 5 hours behind the actual time (I posted at about 8:30 AM GMT)!
Now the situation is normal. What puzzles me is the creation time of the thread, exactly 5 hours before the actual time. In the calculation of the wait time these 5 hours have been added to reach the actual time. Maybe some temporary mismatch between the system time and the actual time on the LQ server. I don't know. I will report here if I notice the same situation again.
Ok. You can clearly see the time mismatch looking at this thread: post #3 is a reply to post #7. And the OP posted twice since he did not see his message at the end of the thread, since it was back in time and was inserted in the middle.