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      26th May 2008
Got the following message around 4.30pm this afternoon.

Database Error

There seems to have been a slight problem with the database.
Please try again by pressing the refresh button in your browser.
An E-Mail has been dispatched to our Technical Staff, who you can also contact if the problem persists.
We apologise for any inconvenience.

 
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      26th May 2008
Yup, me too. Pages are taking 1.5 mins or more to load too.

Awww, poor Ian, it's as if the machinery "knows" when he's on a break ... it's a plot!!
 
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      26th May 2008
Oh crap - I've just got back now

Working on it though
 
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The whole site has been shot for the last three hours or so, I'm afraid

Wassup?

 
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Not sure what it is yet - this really has me stumped

The server load is through the roof, but nothing seems to be wrong.
 
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Good luck Ian I'm sure you will fix it.
 
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I've made some changes that might do the trick - all of the on server backup layers failed, but this should have alerted the hosting company that something was wrong (and didn't). I'm talking to them now to get this sorted, as this shouldn't have ever happened

I've had some rotten luck with hardware failing this week, but ironically my router seems to have fixed itself now

edit: please do let me know if this has done the trick at your end, or if it runs slower/faster - as this can help me diagnose the problem
 
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      26th May 2008
Seems to be back to normal now.

Great stuff Ian.

 
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      27th May 2008
All OK this end now.

 
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Ok for me now.

 
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