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Adding a comment to an existing thread results in Internal Server Error, but the comment gets added

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I added a comment just now to an existing thread to a question on Power Users.

Clicking "Add reply", the response was a "500 Server Error" page with the page title "Power Users - Internal Server Error". Uh oh.

When I looked at the comment thread, though, my new comment had been added.

The error ID is 63205e05-fd2f-4ee1-9907-de9d2375983c for the case I experienced.

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