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    We are back!
    Posted on Thursday, May 09 @ 18:00:29 BST

    Site Updates
    The server has been down for an extended period due to software problems with a process forking out of control, eating all ram and exceeding the process limit. This process has now been curbed and steps are being taken to reduce the likelihood of this occuring again. A very large thanks to everyone at Xinit and Kieser.net for bringing the server back up. Thanks for sticking with us.

     
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    Re: We are back! (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 @ 18:23:22 BST

    Uhhh, I'm a happy man again!!

    There hasn't really been any sense for me to be online without w.dp.o!

    All the best for the furture!

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    Re: We are back! (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 @ 18:29:00 BST

    and now for some real news 🙂

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    Re: We are back! (Score: 1)
    by zadok on Thursday, May 09 @ 19:48:04 BST
    (User Info) http://www.zadok.uklinux.net/

    Thank god your back!

    I was suffering from withdrawl symptoms 🙂

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    Re: We are back! (Score: 3, Interesting)
    by Dast on Thursday, May 09 @ 21:15:44 BST
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    What were the steps you took to reduce the likelihood?

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    Re: We are back! (Score: 1)
    by mr_jimmybob (mr_jimmybob@hotmail.com) on Thursday, May 09 @ 23:00:35 BST
    (User Info) http://members.lycos.co.uk/datalogide/

    Boy am I glad to see you guys again !. Time at work has'nt been the same without you 😉

    have fun.

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    BOFH Daemon (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Friday, May 10 @ 00:56:24 BST

    Might check out BOFH Daemon. 😉

    http://opensource.vitalit.com/bofhd/

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    Re: We are back! (Score: 1)
    by sboss (scott at sboss dot net) on Friday, May 10 @ 19:31:43 BST
    (User Info)

    THANKS!

    I was starting to get worried. I visit the site multiple times a day and when I could not reach it for days on end, but could ping the box, I was worried that there was a problem with my client's Proxy/FireWall server.

    The good news it that you are back. hopefully there wont be any repeats of the problem.

    Please keep up the good work.

    Scott

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