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This problem is not going away, and it doesn't appear to be server specific either.

I can reproduce it at will too. I can post to this blog. On another blog, where I have administrative access, and COULD post, I get a 450 when posting.

When I try to mirror my "test" blog (it's not really a test blog, and my friend doesn't think so either), using HTTrack, I end up with the same problem that's being seen online.

  1. The sidebar is truncated halfway thru its content.

  2. Posts are missing from the display.

  3. Looking at the download log, I see numerous entries

    Warning: file not stored in cache due to bogus state (incomplete type)

    which I'm pretty sure correspond to the missing posts (#2).


I can go into the Dashboard for my friend's blog, and I can see all of the posts there. Including the ones omitted in #2 above.

I just created a new post, and when I tried to publish it, it came back with the dreaded

450 Write error: No space left on device
001 java.net.SocketException: Connection
resetblog/20/43/11/troublealwayshasadoor/archives
/2006_03_01_troublealwayshasadoor_archive.html

BUT - I can publish THIS at will.

Here's an interesting question, that came up during the writing of this article. Why am I involved here? My blog is fine.

I see Blogger really is working on the problem. Finally.

But it would be good if they had posted that yesterday, before this got started. I can't stop now, and I won't.

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