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Problems with image server
      #80009 - Sun Jun 01 2008 07:47 PM

One of our image servers was affected by this Explosion at ThePlanet Hosting facility which caused some breif oddities earlier, as we removed the round robin link to that particular server, when the place is back up it will again be on rotation.

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Re: Problems with image server [Re: MikeC]
      #80015 - Mon Jun 02 2008 07:56 AM

All image servers are back up. Only thing it really interrupted on the site was some of the model animations we usually have for storms. New season combined with down image server interrupted arthur's model plotting, it should be fine for the next invests/storms coming up however.

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