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Author Topic: is Martin's site down?  (Read 2456 times)

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Offline canadave

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15 March 2003, 21:07:23
Just went to Martin's site, and it's down....anyone else seeing that, or is it just me? :wonder:

Dave


Offline DanSteph

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Reply #1 - 15 March 2003, 21:13:43
Down also for me....   

Dan


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Reply #2 - 15 March 2003, 21:20:50
Message board is also screwing up (again) *sigh*



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Reply #3 - 15 March 2003, 21:22:39
Dan: Yeah, I did a traceroute and it's physically up, but I guess the webservice isn't running.

BigJimW: Welcome to "I'mSick.net"!!!!!

hey, how come I can't get smileys when I go to edit a post?? :P

Cheers,
Dave



Post Edited (03-15-03 21:23)


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Reply #4 - 15 March 2003, 22:33:52
>canadave wrote:
> hey, how come I can't get smileys when I go to edit a post??

I have modified many code of this board but it seem I have forgoten to add the smiley
for the edit case :wonder:

I will do this at work next week 8)

(and add a :P smiley just for you dave :)

Dan



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Reply #5 - 15 March 2003, 22:45:54
 :P    He he... as if the Smiley selection ain't diverse enough.  :turning:  
 How about... :D  ?     :)


My fav has got to be... :wc:


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Reply #6 - 16 March 2003, 02:01:54
Yes this one is top I laugh every time I see it,

your the first one to use it so you just gained  a :gift:

Dan



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Reply #7 - 16 March 2003, 02:15:03
Martin put a cry out for help on Friday. After a few hours the post kept moving down the list with
no replies.

He needs a guy who is good with SQL server and is willing to help. Apearantly the Orbiter
commuinty doesn't have such a person. If you are such a person and are willing, get a hold of
Martin. He is in need.

Gene


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Reply #8 - 16 March 2003, 03:59:38
No, Martin needs a forum thats not going to crash every 5 minutes.

Sure, the m6.net site is free. You get what you pay for. :(



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Reply #9 - 16 March 2003, 05:36:37
      M6.net better not be free! I pay for my hosting


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Reply #10 - 16 March 2003, 13:04:56
      I pay for mine also I have 80mo web + 80mo ftp + 80 mo streaming
illimited traffic (max request per day 150000) MySQL base, perl C python ,
php 4 etc ec , illimited sub-domain ,mail server with illlimited mail adress.....

120$ per years or 10$ per month that's not much

But I wonder if the "illimited" traffic would not become suddenly "limited"      
with an heavy load like martin's forum and site....

The 1GO offer (illimited traffic also) is about 350$ years

Dan


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Reply #11 - 16 March 2003, 21:39:06
$10/mo is a good deal.

Sites that advertise "unlimited" bandwith is really not "unlimited". If your site started to draw as
much in bandwith useage like Martins site does,  they would say something.


« Last Edit: 16 March 2003, 22:18:50 by BigJimW »

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Reply #12 - 16 March 2003, 22:18:50
BigJimW wrote:
> $10/mo is a good deal.
>
> Sites that advertise "unlimited" bandwith is really not
> "unlimited". If your site started to draw as
> much in bandwith useage like Martins site does,  they would say
> something.


Sure, The titanic was also advertised as unsinkable.

Just matter to know now which value mean
"Unlimited" for them.... :)

Dan

« Last Edit: 16 March 2003, 22:18:50 by DanSteph »