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Ssshh… be berry, berry quiet we're switching servers…
In our continuing efforts to better serve the growing Tripawds community, we are migrating to a (much) more powerful – and more expensive – web server, which should address certain performance and connectivity issues around here lately. We hope to make this migration as quick and painless as possible, but the Tripawds blogs and discussion forums may be temporarily offline.
We have successfully moved our Tripawds Testing Grounds site to the new server.
Note: Yellow page background indicates the mirror site. User accounts on the test site may be out of sync. Request password to avoid being blocked by server due to multiple failed login attempts. Members who have joined with the past 18± months may need to register for a test account. Provide any feedback in the tech support forum there or reply here. Ignore certain styling issues, we're working on that separate issue.
Anyone care to help us check it out before the big move?
Stay tuned for a scheduled downtime announcement. Thank you for your continued support.
Many thanks to a future Tripawds advertiser who has helped make these infrastructure enhancements possible.
25 April 2007
Thank you Admin, you are rockin this migration.
It's hard to believe we have to do this again. Last time was two years ago. At this rate, according to our numbers, Tripawds will need to keep migrating every two years. Wow!
Thanks everyone for your patience during the last few website downtimes we've had, and during the next couple of weeks. When the migration is over, the site performance will once again be pawesome!
If anypawdy wishes to help us resolve the final issue of email notifications being sent before we complete our migration to the new server, please post and subscribe to this topic on the test forums and/or send a PM over there. Please be sure to click the password link if you cannot log in (or create a new account) as the test site is using a much older version of the database running this site.
If you see "aspen" on the logo at top, you're viewing this site on our new and improved server! If not, you likely need to just force-reload the page or clear your cache. If after that you still see "elm" then you probably won't be reading this post and the forums are still locked, or it will just be a matter of time for DNS propagation to complete.
In other words, We should be seeing a vast improvement in performance around here!
Many thanks to those of you who helped test things out with us.
20 January 2009