Is Fetch down?
oh well at least i got some housework done and my soup is bubbling nicely on the stove
do you think Lord Fetch needs some 50ps for the meter?
Bless his cotton socks, I bet the poor lad's up to his neck in doodads and doohickies. Not to mention the bias knobs on the flux capacitor. Let us pray.
Oh Lord, in thy wisdom, grant us therefore and with understanding the strength of thine Holy ratchet, that we may rightfully emeliorate the consequences of wingnut misplacement upon the magic chests of His computering. This we ask in Gates' name, Omen.
PMSL Hoaxster... Portents ahoy!
Is it still fooked?
Unfortunately the answer to that is as long as a piece of string. A logically partitioned high-availability SAN solution with automated fail-over to hot spares is, presumably, not in play. A fully verified point-in-time system restore from backup media (might even be tapes) will be constrained by disk I/O as well as database faffage and of course dog-walking schedules, which must be strictly adhered to at all times lest there be pestilence and corruption upon the land.
HTFU Mac and lead us in a rousing chorus of your favourite Vera Lynn song, if you'd be so kind.
I don't even know what a 'system restore' is, nevermind how long it might take.
Does he not just need to turn it off and then back on again?
We've got RAID, so there are two identical disks as far as I understand it - however, the situation is a bit more involved, given that the disks themselves were being upgraded. I reported the problem to the hosting provider at 7 this morning, and they've just informed me that they are in the process of "syncing the data". Fingers crossed it won't be too much longer, then I'll log in and sniff round the place for gas before letting you all back in.
the page is not even loading anymore, just spoken to lord fetch it will be fixed within the next hour or so! let us hope and pray!
Migration of memory can be simple or in this case bloody complicated.
Is there a back door?
When Ferris Bueller started a nuclear war in that other film he was in, he used a back door in the computer. I know computers have got more advanced, but as anybody tried this?
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