For last 12 hours I saw that page views on hub traffic sources ( traffic from various sources say google.com, google.co.uk etc)not updating.
But there is no problem in the views on the individual hubs (views according to hub statistics)
Any one have this problem?
seem to be having the same problem, though it says not all sources can be found, maybe that applies to id traffic more than hub traffic??
Stalled stats are pretty much the norm around here.
No biggie; they always come back.
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