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    aquarat

    Server Migration (Gravity)

    The tunnels have been restored / are pointing to the new server.

    So once again, if anyone has issues connecting please say so.

    Thanks Capeflyer!

    aquarat Yesterday, 22:56 Go to last post
    jessieangel

    Processor,motherboard,RAM

    1x Intel® Celeron® D Processor 336
    (256K Cache, 2.80 GHz, 533 MHz FSB)

    1x Foxconn 45CMX motherboard
    - Intel® Core™2 Duo, Pentium® Dual-Core, Pentium® D, Pentium® 4, Celeron® D, Celeron®...

    jessieangel Yesterday, 22:01 Go to last post
    aquarat

    Server Migration (Gravity)

    Hi capeflyer, thanks but what can't you access ? Wind? Mail ? The entire site ?

    Thanks :)

    -EDIT-
    Ah I see the problem, we haven't switched the tunnels over to the new server... completely...

    aquarat Yesterday, 21:19 Go to last post
    capeflyer

    Server Migration (Gravity)

    20:28pm. Cant get access......

    capeflyer Yesterday, 20:29 Go to last post
    aquarat

    Server Migration (Gravity)

    Folks, I am very very pleased to anounce that migration of Gravity to the new server at Hetzner is complete :D .

    Please let me know if you have any issues - I've tried to take care of all the...

    aquarat Yesterday, 19:30 Go to last post
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