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June 29, 2012, 02:09:12 AM
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June 29, 2012, 05:17:45 PM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.

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June 29, 2012, 05:52:34 PM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.
Yes I think there are backups already, that's why the forum freezes for 2-3 minutes every single night at 11:10 PM eastern time.

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June 29, 2012, 06:07:05 PM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.
Yes I think there are backups already, that's why the forum freezes for 2-3 minutes every single night at 11:10 PM eastern time.

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June 29, 2012, 06:31:43 PM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.
Yes I think there are backups already, that's why the forum freezes for 2-3 minutes every single night at 11:10 PM eastern time.
I don't know what happens at 11:10 PM eastern, but the backups are run much later at night.

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June 29, 2012, 06:42:18 PM
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Relevant: http://www.bnj.com/cowboy-coding-pink-sombrero/

Edit: Oh, I forgot...

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July 03, 2012, 03:22:53 AM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.
Yes I think there are backups already, that's why the forum freezes for 2-3 minutes every single night at 11:10 PM eastern time.

You're shitting me! I seriously thought it was my computer acting up at that time daily causing me to restart this bitch. Now I learn it's theymos's fault. Today, I had to fix my avatar. When will it end?  Smiley

~Bruno~
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July 03, 2012, 01:07:28 PM
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On this topic, I just wanted to make sure there are regular db backups to an offsite location?

You can use something like this one:
http://hex.ro/wp/projects/java-smf-backup/

I found it clunky to use, but it gets the job done.
Yes I think there are backups already, that's why the forum freezes for 2-3 minutes every single night at 11:10 PM eastern time.

You're shitting me! I seriously thought it was my computer acting up at that time daily causing me to restart this bitch. Now I learn it's theymos's fault. Today, I had to fix my avatar. When will it end?  Smiley

~Bruno~
As Maged noted earlier, that wasn't the actual reason, however whatever the problem was seems to have been fixed, at least for one day when I stayed up late enough to test it again.

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