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Re: Radio Clash and MutantPop offline ATM

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  • timbearcub
    panic over (well for me anyway) as Radio Clash and MutantPop are back for the time being. Still had to reupload everything, thankfully the databases weren t
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      panic over (well for me anyway) as Radio Clash and MutantPop are back
      for the time being.

      Still had to reupload everything, thankfully the databases weren't
      affected.

      Anyone know of any good CRON database backup scripts? For MySQL
      databases? I think I need that...

      --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "timbearcub" <tim@t...> wrote:
      > Apologies to those who've seen this on PodcastAlley but this is the
      > only way I can currently talk to one small portion of my listenership!
      > (being that the feed is down, this is a good selling point for
      > Feedburner ATM) And I know some here don't do PCA and vice versa.
      >
      > Due to a serious webserver fault, Radio Clash
      > http://www.mutantpop.net/radioclash/ and MutantPop.net forum are down
      > at the moment - my host Valuehosts is having HDD/RAID issues and it's
      > been down since late Thursday 22nd September.
      >
      > NOTE: At least the links on PodCastAlley and Odeo and other directory
      > sites should will still work since the MP3 files are on another
      > server! Just the feed and the blog and forum are down.
      >
      > So I am still going, still here and a note to my listeners - please
      > don't unsubscribe from the feed; it will be back soon, I've not done a
      > runner and it's as frustrating for me as it possibly is for you (if
      > you're a listener). I even have shows to go and everything, but with
      > no site it's kind of moot at the moment.
      >
      > Please spread the word; I don't know how long it's going to be down
      > but as they are dragging their heels with this and tranferring the
      > doman (so in future I can switch hosts in a few days if this happens
      > again) I'm kind of stuck...but I'm tempted to switch hosts (especially
      > as they've not responded to any of my emails or '20 minute' support
      > requests) and then get my domain back, but aware that could take even
      > longer.
      >
      > But I'll be back, mark my words :D
      >
      > P.S. Anyone suggest any good podcasting/mashup-friendly hosts? Need
      > 1Gb, PHP and MySQL and mutliple/virtual domain hosting. Currently
      > paying 5UKP a month.
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