Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
Tripawds is your home to learn how to care for a three legged dog or cat, with answers about dog leg amputation, and cat amputation recovery from many years of member experiences.
22 February 2013
Hard to explain but this blog and a follow-up blog, just keep trying to "load" (guess that's the right term?), but never kick in. Do you know what I'm trying to say??
Other blogs, no problemo.
What say you?
Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!
Indeed, beginning last night, patches.tripawds.com server began timing-out on the frontend. The server is insanely slow to respond on the backend but the dashboard does eventually load. I suspect CDN failure, but attempting to access Smush plugin settings from the dashboard also times out.
Seems to be happening again after I upgraded to supporter and activated Jetpack plugin. On my phone, Wordfence started blocking my IP (Verizon Wireless), and on my PC the blog's server just times out like before. *shrug*
Patches' Dad said
Seems to be happening again...
JetPack may have incompatibility issues, and has been disabled for all member blogs. As for Wordfence blocking the IP, that could occur for various reasons. We would need much more detail to investigate further: IP address of device being blocked, specific time, browser, etc.
Issue is clearly intermittent as we cannot replicate it now. Thank you for your support!
We just noticed Patches' site timing out while all other Tripawds Blogs and the main site load just fine. This suggests something to do with the activated theme and/or plugins. We'll investigate further ASAP and change the theme to see if that helps.
Thanks for your patience.
There are numerous errors in our server logs related to Jetpack and Yoast on patches.tripawds.com. These may be due to the fact you updated your permalink structure, without reindexing. Looking into it further now...
We've deleted orphaned metadata which should address any issues caused by asset optimization of the now disabled Jetpack plugin. We're also no longer seeing any Yoast errors. If issues persist, we suggest rebuilding the site at a new subdomain, which we can do for you.
Well..that was interesting. There were some serious gremlins stomping around behind the scenes on your site. We had to recreate it, and were able to use the same subdomain. We've added back both users, but you'll need to confirm the Administration Email Address via the confirmation email just sent. We imported your content, and restored everything the best we could, but some things may still need some tweaking to get it all exactly the way it was. Just don't tweak too hard...
Everything seems to be working fine now. Sorry for the inconvenience. We've extended permanent Supporter Blog status. Feel free to cancel your subscription anytime. Thank you for your patience!
Feel free to cancel your subscription anytime...
nvm, looks like the api cancelled recurring payments when the original site was deleted.