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"Mark Waugh is batting beautifully. He looks set for another ... oops ... it's Club Groggo."
I should have known better; AGB was down for around four hours this morning. And just look who was the last person to comment before the outage.
Posted by Tony Tea on 25 July 2007 at 12:35 in Blogging | Permalink
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AGB was down for around four hours this morning?
Servers you right.
25 July 2007 at 15:53
I always wondered about that saying, but now I know - Jack Robinson was head of the Victoria police in the 1920's ... dunno if he played cricket though.
Ann O'Dyne |
25 July 2007 at 19:37
and in the latest news to hand:
Jacques "Frenchy" Chester has just goosed Tony "Toorak" Tones AGB on the server/uptime/999/reliability/we're so popular/i'm doing it without a group of posters/ issue.
Further news as it comes to hand or not server error/ php error / please return later/ refresh your browser/ 712*&^%$$##[email protected]!
Francis Xavier Holden |
25 July 2007 at 20:54
We had 500 errors on Monday for a few hours - logs showed that load average soared over 50-something (ie it went kerput).
Hopefully this comment doesn't depress your webserver ;)
Jacques Chester |
26 July 2007 at 15:28
Another fine season of Mozz ahoy there, Tony?
Scott Wickstein |
26 July 2007 at 15:32
W: Pout. I didn't deserver that.
AO: Dunno about cricket, but he might have caught Squizzy Taylor.
FX: Spot on.
JC: Coincidentally, I marked a test on Monday that had 500 errors, too, and it was only out of 100.
SW: Just trying to clear the mozzy ballast before a summer without Warne & McGrath.
Tony T. |
26 July 2007 at 21:30
Warne and McGrath will be having an Indian summer, by the sound of things. I think the $2 million is small bikkies to Warney - he just wants to make sure that MacGill is number 2 for his whole career.
26 July 2007 at 21:48
Be interesting if they knew of this Indian escapade BEFORE they retired.
Tony T. |
26 July 2007 at 21:58
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