retrofuturist wrote:It seems like it was just a hosting/server issue... a useful test in the future is to see if David's other sites like http://www.thedhamma.com/ or http://www.dhammawiki.com/ are working. If they're not working either, it's likely to be a hosting/server issue rather than something wrong with the Dhamma Wheel software/database.
Dan74 wrote:Another proof of the superiority of Zen (and Mahayana) over Theravada - when ZFI goes down we get mysterious multiple error messages, and when Dhamma Wheel goes down, all we get is the "server not found"!
I rest my case.
PS Good to see it back online!
I've had that going for a long time with the computers, impermanence is pretty up front online. There is hardly a bit of what the net was back in '85 that even exists anywhere in the world today except maybe the odd server rack! Until the house burned down (talk about instructive!) I had a stack of older computer systems that grew in height every couple of years until I switched to apple when they picked up the unix os. No looking back on that one but the impermanence factor keeps ramping up steadily, I don't think I have had a version of the os that didn't get an upgrade every week for the last five years now!Dan74 wrote:nathan wrote:still getting an sql error message after every post
This is obviously to teach us equanimity and non-attachment to our posts and to the internet in general.
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