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Old 03-23-2006, 12:16 AM   #11
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Word is you tripped over the electrical cord....
if he drank enough I could see that happening pretty easily.

Haha, I was actually talking to you but I was apparently too slow.
I was "reading" a book for class...which wasn't really reading becuase I read 1/2 a page and fell asleep.

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Old 03-23-2006, 12:31 AM   #12
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Word is you tripped over the electrical cord....
Unless he'* in Houston....I doubt it was him lol.
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The server is locked in a data center at an ISP in Dallas. I'm in Minnesota, so there was no tripping over power cords

The server never technically went down. It just got waaaay overloaded. I got an IM about 9:30 this evening telling me things were very slow. When I checked, the server was so bogged down that it would take minutes to run commands in the shell. The load average was over 80 when I was finally able to kill some rouge processes. For comparison, the load average as I type this is 0.29.

I have a pretty good idea of what caused the problem, but for security reasons I'm not going to disclose it.

Sorry about the downtime!

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The server is locked in a data center at an ISP in Dallas. I'm in Minnesota, so there was no tripping over power cords

The server never technically went down. It just got waaaay overloaded. I got an IM about 9:30 this evening telling me things were very slow. When I checked, the server was so bogged down that it would take minutes to run commands in the shell. The load average was over 80 when I was finally able to kill some rouge processes. For comparison, the load average as I type this is 0.29.

I have a pretty good idea of what caused the problem, but for security reasons I'm not going to disclose it.

Sorry about the downtime!

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meh, dont be sorry. not your fault. you fixed it though didnt you! For the limited downtime this site ever has, you have nothing to be sorry about.
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The server is locked in a data center at an ISP in Dallas. I'm in Minnesota, so there was no tripping over power cords

The server never technically went down. It just got waaaay overloaded. I got an IM about 9:30 this evening telling me things were very slow. When I checked, the server was so bogged down that it would take minutes to run commands in the shell. The load average was over 80 when I was finally able to kill some rouge processes. For comparison, the load average as I type this is 0.29.

I have a pretty good idea of what caused the problem, but for security reasons I'm not going to disclose it.

Sorry about the downtime!

Jeff
meh, dont be sorry. not your fault. you fixed it though didnt you! For the limited downtime this site ever has, you have nothing to be sorry about.

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Old 03-23-2006, 01:50 AM   #16
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Yes...that'* why it was so weird to be off for so long. THANK YOU for fixing it! I wasn't able to post all day....(bad day at work)...got home around 10pm and tried to get online.... I was lost! I actually had to <ack> surf the web!
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The server is locked in a data center at an ISP in Dallas. I'm in Minnesota, so there was no tripping over power cords

The server never technically went down. It just got waaaay overloaded. I got an IM about 9:30 this evening telling me things were very slow. When I checked, the server was so bogged down that it would take minutes to run commands in the shell. The load average was over 80 when I was finally able to kill some rouge processes. For comparison, the load average as I type this is 0.29.

I have a pretty good idea of what caused the problem, but for security reasons I'm not going to disclose it.

Sorry about the downtime!

Jeff
meh, dont be sorry. not your fault. you fixed it though didnt you! For the limited downtime this site ever has, you have nothing to be sorry about.

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I figured if it was a funny way to ask what happened. I feel wierd going online when the forum is down because BC has sooo little downtime that when it actually is down, it seems like forever.

I can't say how thankful I am of all the people who put time and money to keep the forum alive.
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The server is locked in a data center at an ISP in Dallas. I'm in Minnesota, so there was no tripping over power cords

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Well, at least I had the right state LOL
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Old 03-23-2006, 12:29 PM   #19
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at least not like the maiblu that lost everthing only back was in oct.
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