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Whoops, I did it again. Big Grin The 1/2 hour downtime wallago was due to user error this time.

I didn't think to check over the mysql config file since moving the site over. The settings were for a review I did early last year and resulted in bin log files filling up the partition. So, things just kinda ground to a halt.

Sorry about that. We might encounter other little glitches in the near future, but hopefully I'll notice them before the site's been down for 20 minutes.

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Hey, are you trying to sabotage your own site?
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ha ha sure seems like it. Big Grin

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