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I'm sorry for the database having gone down numerous times today. I keep trying to tweak the settings to ... well, apparently not correct values.

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Two more periods of downtime today, each about 20 minutes long. So incredibly sorry!

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No problem Dani..i can understand that how you handle this all..
You said that you have replaced the server then still its happening ?

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Hello Dani Yesterday night for a long time i was unable to launch daniweb. Page cannot be displayed for a while and then shows 'We are experiencing with issues. Thank you for your patience' Is this right please tell me what happened yesterday.

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Don't ask ... we've unfortunately been having server issues yesterday and today. :( It's been a total disaster.

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Murphy's law is active:

- Nothing will show the faults in new software like releasing it to the public will.

- If you fix something, the fix breaks something else.

- The fast solution takes more space, the small solution takes more time. The actual solution uses more space and time.

- No matter how careful you are when you write software, someone else will make a change somewhere that makes your code fail.

- The bug is always in the last place you look (hmmmm ... what causes that?).

- The error is always in the part that is most obviously correct.

- The easiest solution is the incompatible one.

- When you finally eliminate the last bug, the power fails, and you lose your change. By the time the power comes back on, you forget what you did.

- There is no such thing as "the last bug."

- The software that fixes all the bugs is too big to fit on the server's hard drive.

- Hitting your head on the table doesn't fix the error.

It's fun to laugh at our trubbles.

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Murphy's law of gravity I: possibility of slice of bread with jelly falling on the jelly side is proportional to the value of the carpet

Murphy's law of gravity II: dropped tool in the workshop will roll to the most inaccessible part of the workshop.

Addition to the Murphy's law of gravity II: it will hit your toes first.

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