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    Interruption yesterday and a few minutes ago

    Yesterday the AH web site was moved to a larger virtual file system as it was running a little low on space - only about 32% free.

    Today the forums were moved - that was just housekeeping and meant only a 5 minute interruption.

    John

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    So only 99.9 percent uptime? For shame.
    Seriously, Thanks for all of your behind the scenes work, keeping the site running.

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    Yes, indeed John , many thanks !


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    Question I wondered

    was going on.

    Now that I know, thank you very much! You guys are aces.
    In.

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    Ditto all of the above!

    Thank you so much!!!!!



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    Yeah, thanks, John. I'm sure I have no idea what's involved, but it must be a lot.

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    Thanks John!!

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    Hi John

    Even though this is obvious, it can't be stated enough. The level of service you are providing is unparalleled and we all remain in your debt.

    You might be interested that I am just starting a trip that is similar to the one that brought me to Boulder this May. I am currently at a conference in Bismarck ND, but leave on Thursday to spend 10 days in the mountains of Idaho and Montana. I learned from the trip you took me on to the front range mountains of Colorado. Instead of renting a low slung car, I rented a 4x4 so I can legitimately get onto the backroads and trails to ghost towns and other places of interest.

    Take care
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don McRitchie
    trails to ghost towns and other places of interest.
    Don,

    Hopefully you will post some pictures!

    John
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    Thanks John!

    G'Day John,
    Thanks for keeping all the fiddly bits working!
    How do you find the EVA to manage?

    Regards Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtgyn
    G'Day John,
    Thanks for keeping all the fiddly bits working!
    How do you find the EVA to manage?

    Regards Scott
    Hi Scott,

    The EVAs are easy to manage but getting the hardware stable on the first array was a bit of a trick. (two 2C8Ds, one 8C8D)

    One must have spares handy.

    Disk firmware upgrades are interesting.

    The speed is pretty good - I can see sustained 125mb/sec on large files.

    John

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    awsome

    i was wondering what was happening
    glad it wasnt my system
    thanks alot
    you guy are the best
    99.9% uptime and an explination for the other .00001%
    i luv this forum
    many knowlegable people with even better thoughts
    hope my mention of worldwind helped some people in some way
    got to give somthing back or atleast try but the standard of peoples gear hear way out strips mine as i would imagine your knowledge man i never used a spectrum analyser but am familiar with a cro

    thanks all morbo

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    It may have been your system - check the dates on the posts.
    John Nebel

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    good point ill have to start doing that
    would have been my crappy isp then

    thanks again

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