heather at livecode.com
Fri Aug 30 13:17:43 EDT 2019
Rick...I don't think you quite comprehended the issue. The raid disk failed on the new server we were transferring 500GB of data to, during transfer. Suboptimal. Reverse engines! Start again, lets have a new disk there please...
Anyway, that is all done now, and pretty much everything is back up and running. There will be a few remaining tweaks.
I can confirm that LiveCodeShare is working again. If anyone does not see it, please flush DNS, restart your router, restart computer, restart LiveCode and try it again...
LiveCodeShare was particularly difficult as it was first created many years ago using an old version of Revolution CGI which is not 64bit compatible.
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> On 29 Aug 2019, at 18:12, Rick Harrison via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> They said they had a RAID that failed that caused a mess.
> One still has to do backups for any RAID for that reason.
> Even if they were just using Time Machine to perform a
> backup of their RAID they only would lose a maximum
> of one hour’s worth of data. If they were doing transaction
> logging they wouldn’t lose more than 1 transaction.
> They could have been up and running again pronto.
> Just my 2 cents for the day.
> Let’s hope things improve soon.
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