Argh

Apr. 2nd, 2010 01:05 pm
gazerwolf: (bite me)
I hate when the way things work gets changed!

For the websites which the ATA hosts there is a website hosting control panel...this lets you set up how much disk space a website has (among other settings like CGI access, how many email addresses they can have and things like that)

The one that gets me is the Disk quota management.

For years now (literally YEARS) if a site needed more disk space you could edit the Disk quota for just that site directly. Up until sometime this week.

Each website is set up with a "Package" which was basically the defaults for all settings.

I originally set up Freetarot and Freereading with 300 megs of disk space...thought it would be plenty...and for Freereading it was.

Freetarot on the other hand at it's peak needed 495 meg of disk space...I had gradualy upped it's space using the quota edit feature over the years.....last week that individually edited quota was 500 meg.

This week it dropped back to the default...300. Which meant that freetarot was using 495 out of 300.

Critical files dropped to 0 bytes the second the were modified because there wasn't any disk space. (How do I know they were critical?  I wrote the software for one thing and for another thing the site quit working a needed)

I had backups of the most critical file but it of course did not have the most recent changes...(if it had it would have been 0 bytes as well)

So I reset the quota to what I want and then restore from backup and go on my merry way.

Only to find out that sometime today the quota reset to the default again and I lost two critical files AGAIN.

I have now changed the defaults for that package...way more than Freereading needs but best I can do.

Argh

Apr. 2nd, 2010 01:05 pm
gazerwolf: (bite me)
I hate when the way things work gets changed!

For the websites which the ATA hosts there is a website hosting control panel...this lets you set up how much disk space a website has (among other settings like CGI access, how many email addresses they can have and things like that)

The one that gets me is the Disk quota management.

For years now (literally YEARS) if a site needed more disk space you could edit the Disk quota for just that site directly. Up until sometime this week.

Each website is set up with a "Package" which was basically the defaults for all settings.

I originally set up Freetarot and Freereading with 300 megs of disk space...thought it would be plenty...and for Freereading it was.

Freetarot on the other hand at it's peak needed 495 meg of disk space...I had gradualy upped it's space using the quota edit feature over the years.....last week that individually edited quota was 500 meg.

This week it dropped back to the default...300. Which meant that freetarot was using 495 out of 300.

Critical files dropped to 0 bytes the second the were modified because there wasn't any disk space. (How do I know they were critical?  I wrote the software for one thing and for another thing the site quit working a needed)

I had backups of the most critical file but it of course did not have the most recent changes...(if it had it would have been 0 bytes as well)

So I reset the quota to what I want and then restore from backup and go on my merry way.

Only to find out that sometime today the quota reset to the default again and I lost two critical files AGAIN.

I have now changed the defaults for that package...way more than Freereading needs but best I can do.

Vocabulary

May. 6th, 2008 04:26 pm
gazerwolf: (Alton Brown)
I know I have some vocabulary nuts on here...I haven't checked it out in detail but apparently you can challenge your vocabulary while providing free rice by going here:

http://www.freerice.com/index.php

Vocabulary

May. 6th, 2008 04:26 pm
gazerwolf: (Alton Brown)
I know I have some vocabulary nuts on here...I haven't checked it out in detail but apparently you can challenge your vocabulary while providing free rice by going here:

http://www.freerice.com/index.php

Hmm

Mar. 20th, 2008 08:31 am
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I apparently spend to much time on Fark.com

Hmm

Mar. 20th, 2008 08:31 am
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I apparently spend to much time on Fark.com
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Take the Sci fi sounds quiz I received 86 credits on
The Sci Fi Sounds Quiz

How much of a Sci-Fi geek are you?
Take the Sci-Fi Movie Quiz canon s5 is
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Take the Sci fi sounds quiz I received 86 credits on
The Sci Fi Sounds Quiz

How much of a Sci-Fi geek are you?
Take the Sci-Fi Movie Quiz canon s5 is
gazerwolf: (Tricky)
Stolen from [livejournal.com profile] thndrstd

You scored as Babylon 5 (Babylon 5), The universe is erupting into war and your government picks the wrong side. How much worse could things get? It doesn’t matter, because no matter what you have your friends and you'll do the right thing. In the end that will be all that matters. Now if only the Psi Cops would leave you alone.

Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)

94%

Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)

88%

Serenity (Firefly)

88%

Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)

75%

Moya (Farscape)

75%

Heart of Gold (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)

69%

SG-1 (Stargate)

63%

Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)

63%

Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)

50%

Enterprise D (Star Trek)

44%

Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)

38%

Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)

38%

FBI's X-Files Division (The X-Files)

31%

Which sci-fi crew would you best fit in with? (pics)
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gazerwolf: (Tricky)
Stolen from [livejournal.com profile] thndrstd

You scored as Babylon 5 (Babylon 5), The universe is erupting into war and your government picks the wrong side. How much worse could things get? It doesn’t matter, because no matter what you have your friends and you'll do the right thing. In the end that will be all that matters. Now if only the Psi Cops would leave you alone.

Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)

94%

Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)

88%

Serenity (Firefly)

88%

Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)

75%

Moya (Farscape)

75%

Heart of Gold (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)

69%

SG-1 (Stargate)

63%

Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)

63%

Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)

50%

Enterprise D (Star Trek)

44%

Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)

38%

Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)

38%

FBI's X-Files Division (The X-Files)

31%

Which sci-fi crew would you best fit in with? (pics)
created with QuizFarm.com
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My computer geek score is greater than 86% of all people in the world! How do you compare? Click here to find out!
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My computer geek score is greater than 86% of all people in the world! How do you compare? Click here to find out!
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I'm A 1960s Geek
You're pretty quirky and weird but we know you're smart and love you anyway!
find your geek decade at spacefem.com
gazerwolf: (Default)
I'm A 1960s Geek
You're pretty quirky and weird but we know you're smart and love you anyway!
find your geek decade at spacefem.com
gazerwolf: (Default)

You are the dark side of geek. No Star-Wars trivia
goes un-answered, No spock ears unworn, no
tarot cards unread, no 10 sided die unrolled.
You are completely in the culture of geekdom.
Just be sure that you choose to be there
because you like it, not that you can't handle
dealing with 'normal' people.


how seriously geeky are you?
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At least they don't mean the sideshow geeks of old.
gazerwolf: (Default)

You are the dark side of geek. No Star-Wars trivia
goes un-answered, No spock ears unworn, no
tarot cards unread, no 10 sided die unrolled.
You are completely in the culture of geekdom.
Just be sure that you choose to be there
because you like it, not that you can't handle
dealing with 'normal' people.


how seriously geeky are you?
brought to you by Quizilla

At least they don't mean the sideshow geeks of old.
gazerwolf: (Default)
Old School Geek
You are an Old School Geek. You most likely owned
an atari. You spent your allowance at the
arcade. A fun weekend would be playing D&D
while talking about your sweet new Apple IIe.


What child of the 80's are you?
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Since it asked point blank if you owned an atari one would think that the above statement would not say "most likely"
gazerwolf: (Default)
Old School Geek
You are an Old School Geek. You most likely owned
an atari. You spent your allowance at the
arcade. A fun weekend would be playing D&D
while talking about your sweet new Apple IIe.


What child of the 80's are you?
brought to you by Quizilla

Since it asked point blank if you owned an atari one would think that the above statement would not say "most likely"

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