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I get a similar thing in the Admin client file list. One of our servers will suddenly go from having gigabytes of databases on it to having exabytes of databases. Often you will see that one database is reporting as having a massive file size. F9 will not clear the problem. But opening a different server and then returning to the original server often will or even opening the database in question and then using f9 to refresh the file list will fix it.
It’s good to have a surplus of negative exceptions to balance out future exceptions. Well done!
It’s good to have a surplus of exceptions to balance out future exceptions. Well done!
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