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  # 1038659 7-May-2014 22:16
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ubernoob: and the old favourite... will I need to install a master filter

Mauricio is installing a master filter on the Geekzone server to make it go 10x faster




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  # 1038667 7-May-2014 22:37
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freitasm: Outside is 3D and they have candies.

That so not true. I went outside once and it smells funny.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1038668 7-May-2014 22:41
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coffeebaron:
ubernoob: and the old favourite... will I need to install a master filter

Mauricio is installing a master filter on the Geekzone server to make it go 10x faster


I also head he posted modem stats so we know whats broken.



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  # 1038672 7-May-2014 22:45
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solaybro: What are you going to do? Anything new being added?


Nothing new being added. I just want to merge the chekpoints in the main Geekzone VHD and export the VM to a backup folder. This should take about 90 minutes altogether.





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  # 1038673 7-May-2014 22:48
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freitasm: Geekzone planned maintenance 2014-05-08

From around 7pm, about 60 - 90 minutes. Go outside for a change while I do what I need to do here!




I waited on a hilltop at the prescribed time but the end did not come.


I think you needed to use Google Maps rather than the 'new' Apple version... very confusing out there....

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  # 1039310 8-May-2014 18:31
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(came home early and opened ALL the tabs!)

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  # 1040333 8-May-2014 20:43
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Thank g*d it's over.
I went outside - it was cold and wet and dark.
Never again.




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Sideface: Thank g*d it's over.
I went outside - it was cold and wet and dark.
Never again.


+1 scary stuff

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Hi folks. I'm glad it's done. I was almost feeling lonely here while the site was down...







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  # 1040338 8-May-2014 20:51
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PeterReader:
Hi folks. I'm glad it's done. I was almost feeling lonely here while the site was down...





Obviously didnt try going outside.

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  # 1040394 8-May-2014 21:59
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Sideface: Thank g*d it's over.
I went outside - it was cold and wet and dark.
Never again.


And NOBODY else was there, 3D needs action to have value :(

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PhantomNVD:
Sideface: Thank g*d it's over.
I went outside - it was cold and wet and dark.
Never again.


And NOBODY else was there, 3D needs action to have value :(


I had my spiders...  redbacks.

I could post you one for the next outage. Guaranteed to have lots of action!

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PeterReader:
Hi folks. I'm glad it's done. I was almost feeling lonely here while the site was down...




Open the pod bay doors, Peter.




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