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Yay!! FCF normality has resumed once again!

Post by andmcit » 29 Jun 2012, 00:42

Err, everything all right guys? Once was a glitch, twice is starting a pattern!! lol
I'm just thrilled I don't keep loading a page with a bleeding typo on it!!

BTW - it's endeavor...!!

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Re: Yay!! FCF normality has resumed once again!

Post by CitroJim » 29 Jun 2012, 05:38

Yes, we had a few problems last evening which Xac laboured long into the night to sort out. Thanks Xac =D>

Typo? What typo?

Is there one on the maintenance page? If so that’s MY fault as I host those :oops: :lol:
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Post by Xaccers » 29 Jun 2012, 07:41

Yes, that was a fun evening - not
Still I managed to get into the database long enough to dump the data, then restore it and so I don't think anything was lost.
I've now set it to split into individual database files for each table rather than one big 1.5GB+ file, so hopefully that will sort it, otherwise the problem is the time service the servers use getting things wrong so causing a temporal paradox in the database logs (I kid you not).
Depending on how busy I am this weekend, I may take it down and upgrade to the newest version of MySQL, or be evil and put it on MS SQLExpress mwhahahahaha! (no)
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Re: Yay!! FCF normality has resumed once again!

Post by CitroJim » 29 Jun 2012, 07:58

Excellent work Xac :-D A real heroic piece of work indeed. I can't see anythjing missing at all. Looks excellent to me and I took a good backup this morning...

We all owe you a huge debt of gratitude :-D

Xac wrote:Depending on how busy I am this weekend, I may take it down and upgrade to the newest version of MySQL, or be evil and put it on MS SQLExpress mwhahahahaha! (no)


Good idea oh wise one :wink:

Rather than SQLExpress what about putting it on a LAMP stack? :twisted: :lol:

Andrew, I see the typo now... Just for you I shall correct it :wink: Especially as you may be looking at them again this weekend! I can see how staring at a holding page in terrible despair and frustration that contains a typo is just too much to bear....
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Post by myglaren » 29 Jun 2012, 17:41

The lightening strike on the Tyne Bridge was spectacular.

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Xac - you should have blamed the malfunction on the weather while you had the chance :twisted:
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Post by red_dwarfers » 30 Jun 2012, 16:42

Thanks for being so efficient :-D
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