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Old July 10th, 2002, 11:47 PM   #1
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Returning from server crash... we're back.

Okay, after being down for close to 24 hours, we're now back online with a few bumps and bruises. You may have noticed that we've lost about a week's worth of posts... I believe approximately 600 or so. The current count is 14,750 which is down from I think about 15,350. It really hurts but I'm grateful that it wasn't any worse than this. We've also lost track of about 40-something new members; if you're one of these folks, unfortunately you'll have to re-register.

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Old July 11th, 2002, 07:01 PM   #3
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Yeah, we're *lucky* it didn't cost us *all* of the posts... fortunately Jeff had a back-up available which restored everything up to July 3rd. I'm currently looking at a hosting solution that provides nightly back-ups to the database.
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I was wondering...

if I had jinxed it or something. Welcome back. :-)

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