Our science database server died on Tuesday, May 1st. We haven't been able to create new workunits since then (though we are still accepting completed results)

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Message 956700 - Posted: 9 May 2007, 0:00:00 UTC

Our science database server died on Tuesday, May 1st.
We haven't been able to create new workunits since then (though we are still
accepting completed results). Sun is graciously
replacing this server. The bad news is, despite earlier claims, it won't be
here until Friday the 11th, which means the earliest we'll be creating new
work is Monday the 14th. Thank you for your continued patience! Updates,
discussion, and more information about this and other server-related topics
can be found in
Technical News.

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Message boards : News : Our science database server died on Tuesday, May 1st. We haven't been able to create new workunits since then (though we are still accepting completed results)


 
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