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Some day this week when the smoke finally clears, I will give a full accounting of what just occurred.
Moral of the story: we will have a real world workable disaster plan in place by the end of the month. It will specifcy that WebmasterWorld will not be offline for no more than 4 hrs maxium regardless of the circumstances.
It will specifcy that WebmasterWorld will not be offline for no more than 4 hrs maxium regardless of the circumstances.
Will you pay members for not being able to post pro rata to their estimated lost post count? ;)
BBC TV (UK) today reported a rather strange pick up in IT productivity across the globe...
Don't be surprised if you see some glitches this week.
I had automatic back ups set up by FTP for html and data and recovered in great shape, once I moved all the sites to another host.
joined:Dec 29, 2003
All the other forums will now be reporting a drastic drop in bandwidth. Seriously, I would love to see how no WW impacted others' traffic.
Not only did you suffer a serious disruption and recover from it, you managed to provide an interim site for WW members to use and presented a reasoned and rational face to the members and the public.
Quite an achievement. Again, congratulations.