SVN commits not showing in Fisheye

I have made two commits in my svn repository, and because of a server glitch, I'm unable to see the first commit in my Fisheye page (Nor the JIRA issue). And the changes made in the first commit appear in my second commit associated to a different committer. 

When I try to manually access the change-set related to the missed commit (e.g cs=50) I get : 

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But cs=49 and cs=51 are available. I tried a full re-index with no luck. 

 

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Hello,

I do believe that in this case the support team needs to analyze the logs to see what exactly happened, because indexing issues can have different root causes. Can you create a support ticket and attach a support zip?

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer

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