406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happening!

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Re: transfer of host.

Post by Doggy » Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:03 pm

I tried to join peugeotforums, only to find I'd already joined about 18 months ago. (Obviously found it riveting). :roll:

TDOC held me enthralled for about 50 ns, eons ago.

I occasionally frequent the 'other' 406 club, but since they've taken to calling ours 'the taxi version', I'm gonna leave 'em to it.

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Re: transfer of host.

Post by markw » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:30 pm

Wasn't me Doggy, I'm always courteous!! :shock: :cheesy:
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Re: transfer of host.

Post by V6Exec » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:38 pm

Doggy wrote:I occasionally frequent the 'other' 406 club, but since they've taken to calling ours 'the taxi version', I'm gonna leave 'em to it.
Not seen that one over on the other one.

Used to love thast my V6 estate looked like a taxi - made the traffic lights grand prix so much more fun :)
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Re: transfer of host.

Post by Sonia406 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:39 pm

Doggy wrote:I tried to join peugeotforums, only to find I'd already joined about 18 months ago. (Obviously found it riveting). :roll:

TDOC held me enthralled for about 50 ns, eons ago.

I occasionally frequent the 'other' 406 club, but since they've taken to calling ours 'the taxi version', I'm gonna leave 'em to it.

There's no virtual place like home. :D
I haven't found them say that at all... I don't think people would have the balls to say that to me though :oops:
And on that note, I admit - this is my home............ :D
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Re: transfer of host.

Post by Nandad » Wed Aug 07, 2013 2:26 pm

Nice one Nick
Thought I seriously pissed you off.
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Re: transfer of host.

Post by steve_earwig » Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:50 pm

Oops! I just got a
General Error

SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ]

Unknown MySQL server host 'mysql.406oc.co.uk' (0) [2005]

An sql error occurred while fetching this page. Please contact an administrator if this problem persists.
for a few minutes. Now it's back up & the post I just made (which I had to rewrite) lacks emoticons. Hold on, they're all missing as I write this! Hmm, I think I know what's going on -

Hello Nick, hope it's all going ok :o)
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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by steve_earwig » Wed Aug 07, 2013 10:40 pm

Can we get Nick's status upgraded to "Forum God" now?

In case anyone hasn't noticed, Nick's updated the first post in this thread. I can't even begin to imagine how much work the poor guy's been doing, and it's not over yet...
nick wrote:I've now managed to transfer over almost 1.5Gb of files relating to this forum alone (Wow. Just wow. There will be some cleaning up going on!) ]
Jesus! I can't imagine text taking up that much space, is most of it photos? How much of that can we offload onto Photobucket or simply just delete?
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Re: transfer of host.

Post by nick » Wed Aug 07, 2013 10:57 pm

steve_earwig wrote:Oops! I just got a
General Error

SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ]

Unknown MySQL server host 'mysql.406oc.co.uk' (0) [2005]

An sql error occurred while fetching this page. Please contact an administrator if this problem persists.
for a few minutes. Now it's back up & the post I just made (which I had to rewrite) lacks emoticons. Hold on, they're all missing as I write this! Hmm, I think I know what's going on -

Hello Nick, hope it's all going ok :o)
Smilies are fixed! :) the error was a quick change of database settings...
Thanks,
Nick
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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by steve_earwig » Thu Aug 08, 2013 1:11 am

It had me going for a moment there but it's all cool mate. I soon realised you were tinkering when I spotted the smilies were awol too :cheesy:
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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by Doggy » Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:46 pm

steve_earwig wrote:Can we get Nick's status upgraded to "Forum God" now?
In a heartbeat, 'cept who do we ask?
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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by nick » Mon Aug 12, 2013 4:14 pm

Just in case anyones seen some strange happenings - I've been messing with some files and prepping the server for a move from San Francisco to Amsterdam. Just so its closer to home. This will happen either later tonight or during the week. I'll start the change in the wee hours of the morning, but it can take up to 24 hours for DNS changes to propagate through... I'm hoping it wont be that long. With the quick change over to this server, it took about 4 hours for al DNS records to be updated. Funnilly, I think Orange UK (EE) was the longest to realise a change had occurred...

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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by DaiRees » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:09 pm

nick wrote:.....and confusion over the official 406oc.co.uk Facebook page. As a result, I've set up this Facebook here. Anyone fancy making a bigger version of our logo? ;)
Hiya Nick,

Been meaning to say for ages, we've already got a Facebook group that's been running for a long time, and a while ago we also started a page which is growing well (What the hell is the difference between a group and a page anyway? :? )

Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6406511362/

Page: https://www.facebook.com/Peugeot406OwnersClub

If you facebook befriend me at https://www.facebook.com/DaiRees I'll make you admin of both (I've tried searching for you on t'book but can't find you :oops: ), then you can edit it all you want. Might be worth deleting that new page you've made to avoid confusion?
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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by nick » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:10 pm

No problem Dai. As soon as I get a minute I'll add and join both groups! :D


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DaiRees wrote:I got the "premium" standard fit system in mine, 10 speakers, changer, JBL amp. I'm quite happy with it for listening to the radio / CDs or my "teach yourself Welsh" stuff on the way to work :lol:

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Re: 406oc.co.uk Downtime - Whats happened and whats happenin

Post by Sonia406 » Tue Oct 01, 2013 8:35 pm

Nice to see the logo back... however, he's just been on some kind of pugfest of his own.... our lion has got fat :shock: :oops:
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