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Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

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I'm sorry for the disruption, I'm going to attempt round two of the upgrades tomorrow. The database problem is now fixed, so hopefully this will go smoothly, and most of you will be out enjoying the 4th of july weekend.
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Re: Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

« Reply #1 posted: 2 years ago »
The work is done; what I expected to be a one or two hour project turned out to be a day and a half project. BUT! I got the work done, so we shouldn't need a downtime anytime soon down the road. Will post more details a bit later, but I need a break!  Thanks for your patience while I got everything working again.

If you notice any problems posting or interacting with the forums in any way, please feel free to let me know. I tested the basic functions, but it's possible I missed some things.
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Re: Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

« Reply #2 posted: 2 years ago »
what I expected to be a one or two hour project turned out to be a day and a half project.
At my age and condition, everything I do is like that.
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Re: Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

« Reply #3 posted: 2 years ago »
what I expected to be a one or two hour project turned out to be a day and a half project.
At my age and condition, everything I do is like that.

+1 to that Ray,I've hit the big numbers now.
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Re: Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

« Reply #4 posted: 2 years ago »
What are considered to be the "big numbers"?
I've not heard that expression before.
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Re: Site Maintenance Friday, 7/3/2015 11a CST (4p CST)

« Reply #5 posted: 2 years ago »
 
     :-\ 70 is a big number but would like it to be 60 :D
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« Reply #6 posted: 2 years ago »
Hmmm, it's been a bit since I've seen any of the 60's.
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« Reply #7 posted: 2 years ago »
Hahaha. I feel this way all the time and I'm a few decades behind. I can get it done, but it takes a long time, usually much longer than I planned. :P
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