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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Oh oh!

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Quote Originally Posted by russdev
    oh that gives me an idea

    Russ
    Hmm famous last words by the sound of it :P

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Quote Originally Posted by russdev
    oh that gives me an idea
    ... Oh no!! :twisted:

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    I'm off to bed. Well done all Ric and Russ for moving the database. Just a site upgrade left now.

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    lol no updated block from author anyway yes site upgrade to do and then really fun the new version of the site to sort out...

    Russ

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Nevermind the quality, feel the speed!

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    good to have you back

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Like the new site

    The rss feed for forums seems to have stopped working The rss news feed seems to work still though

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Impressively fast this morning! I've got used to coming here first and then going to check my emails while it gets going!

    Lin

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    ok will have a look at rss feeds...

    Russ

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Quote Originally Posted by Midget
    I was expecting there to be a php script showing a new message from the BOFH message of the day on every refresh.
    I second that motion

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Ric came to conclusion that what was happening with the old database server was every so often server would not allow cms to connect.

    As it took about 3 hours for me and Ric to get a decent backup due to it dropping connections all the while.

    Russ

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Russ... just a note.. the mysql tools I listed in my original post are just as valid for a dedicated server as a VPS.. Useful for tuning the db.

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    Re: Moving the EduGeek Database

    Yep will be very useful..

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