g1smd - 9:21 pm on May 9, 2006 (gmt 0) The "same snippet for every page" appears to be happening in most (if not all) datacentres.
Not only are some sites having less pages appear in the index (these are the "experimental" and "cleanup" datacentres as far as I can tell), but some sites are also falling victim to Google showing the same snippet for every page of the site in a site: search (instead of showing the meta description, or whatever) and hence getting a result like 1 to 3 of about x000. Previously a result like that would be an indication of a duplicate content problem, but in this case I guess that Google is just working on old data for the snippet. It has been long apparent that the data for the indexing and ranking, and for the snippet, and for the cache itself all come from separate databases.
The "same snippet for every page" appears to be happening in most (if not all) datacentres.