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posted by pudge on 2002.01.30 11:59   Printer-friendly
theguvnor writes "Help! Does anyone know when PerlMonks will be back up? The server migration was announced on the weekend and it was down almost all day Monday - still not up as of Tuesday morning."
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  • The site was up after the server move on monday night, but it was very sluggish -- Never the less, I was able to make a few posts.

    On Tuesday morning, I had sporadic success in loading pages, occasionally getting the front page to load after letting my browser sit and wait for a few minutes.

    I emailed vroom blockstackers com to amke sure he was aware of the problem, but since then i've had zero success, and reieved no reply.
  • by VSarkiss (704) on 2002.01.30 15:52 (#3876) Journal

    Right now the address redirects to []. There's a message from Nate saying

    We're still having problems with the Pair set up, so we're trying to create a makeshift solution using a bunch of old Pentium IIs. Hang in there.
    in addition to a brief description of the problems they've been having.

    Expect cookies to break, as well as finding out which monastery URLs had hard-coded ;-)

  • DNS isn't updated, but you can reach them at:

    • It came live this morning but voting was all over the place, most people didn't have any.

      A few minutes ago votes became active for most people, but since then I've not been able to get through to the site.

      Good luck guys!

      -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
  • For future reference, a good place to ask this type of question is on the #perlmonks irc channel at Lots of perlmonks junkies hang out there especially when the site goes down and we can't get our fix. ;-)
  • I'd like to recognize and thank Nate for all the effort and work he put into getting the monastery back up and running and for the time he spent on IRC updating the eagerly awaiting.