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Networking category: what's new posts order broken?

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Don't know if it's me or not...but today I noticed (differently by previous days) that if you browse the Networking main category:

/t5/Networking/ct-p/Networking

then you go into What's New (View all) to have a view of all new Networking related topics (All Topics) here:

/t5/forums/recentpostspage/category-id/Networking/post-type/thread

there are very few of 2016, none of 2017 and a lot of previous years (2015, 2014, and so on...).

The same can be said about the Switching and Routing sub-Category of Networking, see here:

/t5/Switching-and-Routing/ct-p/switching

and observe the Latest Post shown.

Sub-Sub-Categories like:

- Comware-Based: /t5/Comware-Based/bd-p/switching-a-series-forum

- ProCurve / ProVision-Based: /t5/ProCurve-ProVision-Based/bd-p/switching-e-series-forum

seem to show latest post (all topics) correctly from the newer to the oldest.

What's going on? is it a side effect of Spring Cleanings?

Cheers, Davide.

 

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Strange, I was retrying few minutes ago and latest post listing was correct again...probably a glitch in the HPE Community forum CMS. Solved.

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Strange, I was retrying few minutes ago and latest post listing was correct again...probably a glitch in the HPE Community forum CMS. Solved.

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