why does TF keep shutting down??
why does TF keep shutting down??
Wheldon is a legend now. One of the immortal Gods of Speed.
binary code disfunction (Isnt technology great!)
How bout the new Japanese Super Computer than can calculate trillions of calculations at the same time? Just means I will get my BSOD .0000000000001 nanoseconds quicker.
Heath, I saw the title of your thread, and I said to myself, "Uh oh, Howard's on the warpath again."
"I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend." - Thomas Jefferson
RIP, Dan. You will always be one of my heroes.
Didn't we just change servers because of all the downtime. I think the downtime has been about tripled since the change.
A good race driver, given adequate seat time, can drive any well prepared racecar on any track surface or configuration at competitive speeds. Remember, I said a GOOD race driver!!!
From what I've been able to gather, the switchover hasn't gone off perfectly -- there are a couple of issues which crop up from time to time -- thus the occasional across the board "suspension!"
Moving to feedback for a proper answer. . .
"If TF members were given solid gold cars, some would complain about the color." - stnkypete
I'm thinking the kenuter valve is leaking.
Either that or the cam pivot screw has come loose again.
"Living well is the best revenge"
Just one of them racin deals!
Have a very blessed day!
As long as the muffler bearing is okay.
Originally posted by PHJIndy:
<STRONG>Just one of them racin deals!</STRONG>
It's just a shame!
IRL, Champcar and F1 fan
dia keeps having to run to checker for more blinker fluid.
"I'd like to quit thinking of the present, like right now, as some minor, insignificant preamble to somethin' else."
We've been working on a problem with the generation of error log files on the server. We have fixed three different "contributors" to the problem- each fix got us a little better.
Sorry for the interruptions, and thanks for your patience.
We are indeed on a new server, which, when we don't have the error log issues, is much faster and has much more space. It also is truly a stand-alone box, so traffic shouldn't be as much of a concern.
The problems have not been so much due to our service providers, as much as they are with the communication with them and our learning curve.
When we get a chance, we are going to switch to new BB software (vBulletin - like AtlasF1 and Indy Star). The new software runs on a database, and should be more reliable and even faster. All the member data and post content / thread histories will be preserved.
All of the growing pains are necessary to even think about keeping registrations open and to responsibly plan for future user demands. Looks like this is the place to be in 2003
And we're just crazy enough to do it
No. That's just what they'll be expecting us to do. . .Originally posted by doitagain:
<STRONG>And we're just crazy enough to do it </STRONG>
Does either one of those hold down the Piston Return Spring?Originally posted by Railbird:
<STRONG>I'm thinking the kenuter valve is leaking.
Either that or the cam pivot screw has come loose again.</STRONG>
A classic case of throwing rocks at the neighbor's windows, while your house burns down around you.
Either one can inhibit phlogiston retrieval from the dual-flux capacitors.
"I didn't hear a single comment about airboxes, "carbashians", or how terrible the car looked. I did see dozens and dozens of little kids in awe of the speed and how cool the cars looked. We should learn from our children."
I still think it's a loose nut between the seat and the steering wheel....
"Duty is the most sublime word in our language. Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less" - R.E.Lee