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Possible Downtime...

Jason

Voorhees a jolly good fellow!
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Hello,

On Sunday night, July 24, 2005 our site's host will be conducting site-wide network maintenance at the DLLSTX2 and DLLSTX4 data centers for 4 hours, beginning at 11:59PM CDT (GMT-0500) to upgrade firmware code on their network anti-intrusion system.

Although the work is not expected to affect network availability, it is possible that latency and packet loss may be experienced for very brief periods of time during the upgrade.

Carry on, fuckers.
 

gehtfuct

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Well fuck me! This is going to make my sunday night knitting class even more boring now. Thanks Jason. Thanks a fuckload!

:mad: Fuck!
 

Descent

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NooooOOOOOoooOOOOOOoooo!

Totally gay.

Oh wait...I just got a DOS gaming PC. I'll be up till 5:00 AM again playing Halloween Harry, Pickle Wars, Star Hammer, and Solar Winds anyway.

If I slap in a better video card it can run Descent, Doom, and Duke3D :).
 

Jason

Voorhees a jolly good fellow!
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#7
Our host will be performing a software upgrade on our server on 8/26/2005 at 2:00am central time. This will cause a short outage for customers attached to this device (specifically, all you fuckwads). Mark it on your calendars, or just take a picture of this post and throw darts at it. I recommend the latter.
 

necro

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Completley offtopic, but Jason, did you know you have 1,420 posts? Take the 1, off and you'll make a stoner very happy. :rolleyes:
 

Jason

Voorhees a jolly good fellow!
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#9
Hello. This is being updated again...

On Thursday night, October 13, 2005 our site's host will be conducting site-wide network maintenance at our data center for 4 hours, beginning at 11:59PM CDT (GMT-0500) to upgrade firmware code on The Planet's TippingPoint network anti-intrusion system.

Although the work is not expected to affect network availability, it is possible that latency and packet loss may be experienced for very brief periods of time during the upgrade.