Hosting Clarification

September 12th, 2007 by The Administrator

Over the last few days, the site has shown all the security of a light aircraft containing Geoffrey Leonard and a tabloid journalist.

This was due to wider problems concerning our host, and then a knock on effect of their new fix. At this stage, it looks like all issues have been resolved, and hosting should return to maximum efficiency.

12 Responses to “Hosting Clarification”

  1. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    They’re still having trouble :(

  2. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    I have sent a report form to the host. The site is still down for large periods of the day.

  3. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Some progress is being made now. I have disabled / re-enabled DNS for the .com alias, and the .com alias itself. It appears that the domain has always been working.

    Hopefully, this is the last I hear about the .com going down. It’s been playing up for ten days now.

  4. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Just looked at the hits. It appears that we’re all clear now.

  5. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Comments on connectivity are welcome.

  6. Strato Says:

    I was having a lot of connection difficulty earlier in the week, but the last couple of days the site seems to me to have been operating fine. All back to normal hopefully!

  7. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    I still find that the nfshost domain appears on the front page of the blog.

    P.s. are you enjoying Wendy O’Connell (the thing in the header)?

  8. Strato Says:

    I’m not seeing nfshost…do you get that in the title url?

    The Wendy O’Connell thing is inspired. Must confess that that the artwork accompanying your “‘Child’ and ‘Sex’” post does a bit more for me, however!

  9. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Yes, whenever I access the blog in a way other than inputting the url myself, it redirects to the “permanent” nfshost domain –

  10. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Strato… would you like a moderator’s account?

  11. Llort Says:

    would you like a punch in the mouth?

  12. Daniel Lièvre Says:

    Hello, Frank.

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