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A day or two ago, I considered "Reaped: Re^2: Parallel::ForkManager or something like that?" for reaping (it was an anonymous duplicate that had been reposted after the user logged in). At the time it had one reply: I considered this for reparenting to the non-anonymous duplicate "Re^2: Parallel::ForkManager or something like that?".

The Reparent consideration has gone ahead: no problems there.

The Reap consideration is still in "Nodes to consider": it now shows 3 replies. However, when following the links in "Nodes to consider", and also looking at the entire thread ("Parallel::ForkManager or something like that?"), there are zero replies.

The non-anonymous duplicate "Re^2: Parallel::ForkManager or something like that?" has two direct (Re^3) replies and six total replies (various Re^3, Re^4 and Re^5 posts).

There's clearly a discrepancy between the count of reported and actual replies. I'm out of guesses as to how this discrepancy might have occurred.

— Ken

In reply to Nodes to Consider: Incorrect Reply Count by kcott

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