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Old 27th February 2009, 08:34 PM
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Zilmar,

it was obviously not the provider that caused the slight outage, but I was wondering if you knew what happened?
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Old 28th February 2009, 03:29 AM
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Zilmar,

it was obviously not the provider that caused the slight outage, but I was wondering if you knew what happened?
I control the server, I think I should update the version of php cause I think that is causing issues at times.

tho have not had time and knowledge to fully work out what is going on to get it to cause issues at times.
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Old 28th February 2009, 03:57 AM
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Many times [such related to] this problem happens, and we have to wait until the main site will load--or if it is frequently thee zilmar that for a time fixes manually this might he share the fixing process.

When I showed Mdkcheatz this we found no server error messages or such--just a non-definitive load. It may come back on a monthly basis.
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Many times [such related to] this problem happens, and we have to wait until the main site will load--or if it is frequently thee zilmar that for a time fixes manually this might he share the fixing process.

When I showed Mdkcheatz this we found no server error messages or such--just a non-definitive load. It may come back on a monthly basis.
Yup, that's what I had
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Yup, that's what I had
Yes I remember you telling me this.
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I control the server, I think I should update the version of php cause I think that is causing issues at times.

tho have not had time and knowledge to fully work out what is going on to get it to cause issues at times.

VB 3.7+ work best with Php 5 and mysql 4 iirrc
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