Joined: 21 Oct 99
at this time Berkeley have Problems
August 3, 2004
While the project is up and functioning normally, the database and web servers are overloaded. Because of this you may have noticed difficulty in transferring work and loading certain web pages. We're tuning these servers and trying to find the bottlenecks now.
August 2, 2004
The project remained down all weekend, but we are back up now. To add insult to injury, the entire lab lost network connectivity to the rest of the world for a few hours this morning. In light of the unexpected length of this last outage, we are looking into mechanisms that allow us to keep certain parts of the project up while others remain down for repair.
July 30, 2004
The project is *still* down. The database cleanup for the bug found on July 28 is going much slower than expected. We hope to have everything back up later today or early tomorrow. Sorry for the inconvenience!
but the Problems can be solved, this Day or tomorrow or an other Day,
so be patient, we are here at the greatest DC-computing over the World, and the DEV-Team is working hard to get the Problems solved.
I think in one ore two Days it will working perfect, please give the Team the Time to operate ...
user sine 5 years, not yet but Joined: Oct 19, 1999, so i have learnd a lot at this years...
also with Seti classic, ...
a call to all Mods in all Teams, to explaine that, i posting in a lot of Teams, but not to all, my time is also ...
so be patient, and look to the Future,
BOINC is the Future
and dont miss this
with very best regards from Germany
and dont remember this
go to rule one...
Greetings from Germany NRW
Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Joined: 5 Jul 99
Bruno Moretti IK2WQA
Joined: 15 May 99
Thanks Ulli (wise words) & Byron.
Clear skies from [b]
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