My first reaction is that the history was lost on the cleanup work rather
than the drive replacement...
s@xxxxxxxxxxxx Lost object history - disk
Please respond to
On 4/19/2008 [Patriot's Day for us New Englanders] our operations staff
replaced the disk. We [developers] understood we had some cleanup work to
get done prior to the replacement. All went well.
However, I was quite surprised to find after it was a done deal that we had
lost some object history.
Change date/time . . . . . . . . . : 04/19/08 18:51:44
Usage data collected . . . . . . . : YES
Last used date . . . . . . . . . . :
Days used count . . . . . . . . . : 0
Source Creation Last Change
Member Size Type Date Date Time Records
TRIMPXP 40960 11/14/06 04/19/08 17:44:55 262
Text: PX: X-ref to post Impact fees
I rely on this information to check when I last ran a program or when a
file was last updated. It's OK now for objects that have their information
Obviously it's too late, now, but could this have been avoided?
Pinal County Treasurer's Office
Florence, AZ 85232
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