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    Default Downtime Last Night

    It turns out we had a connection between our main server and our database server that got broken sometime last night. It took a couple tries for them to get it working again. I mean the physical wire, too. But it's been fixed and so things seem to be working again.

    Sorry about that.

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    Super Member JerryG's Avatar
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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    Wow. Glad that everything is working again though.

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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    Thanks, this is almost as bad as a broken coffee maker
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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    I ended up sharpening all my drill bits and tuning up the thickness planer instead of disseminating dubious advice.
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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    Wow, at least you got some productive work done instead! I just sat around and gave myself bad advice!

    jb

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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    I appreciate your work getting it fixed quickly. I was having withdrawals!! I spent the evening going thru a stack of JD2555 manuals almost six inches thick looking for a picture of my injector pump that show/discribed the upper and lower bleeder screws. No luck. There has got to be a better way!
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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    Glad you found the problem. It did give me time to watch the first episode of "The War" by Ken Burns on PBS.

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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    Wooo, it wasn't just me. Had me worried last night. All is well again.

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    Default Re: Downtime Last Night

    I had a bad case of withdrawal...
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