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Topic # 114191 11-Feb-2013 17:22
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Is the Skinny website down this afternoon?  I got this message when I try to get to www.skinny.co.nz

Proxy ErrorThe proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
The proxy server could not handle the request GET /.

Reason: Error reading from remote server

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  Reply # 759655 11-Feb-2013 17:37
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It's working fine for me. Must have just been temporary




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  Reply # 759666 11-Feb-2013 17:50
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ajobbins: It's working fine for me. Must have just been temporary


Homepage works fine, most links bring up a 503 error.




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  Reply # 759669 11-Feb-2013 17:54
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Hmm homepage giving a 503 now, too




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  Reply # 759693 11-Feb-2013 18:33
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Working alright here

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  Reply # 759705 11-Feb-2013 19:35
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I got the same error msg a hour ago.
Now the website is back up and running




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  Reply # 759731 11-Feb-2013 20:42
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Yes, it seems to be working fine now. Thank you all. =-)

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  Reply # 763140 15-Feb-2013 15:53
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Skinny are always having problems,you should check out their facebook page,it's full of complaints.

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