Recent Extended Downtime

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    essence of digital xddxogm3's Avatar
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    >With your quick thinking and bravery, you very well may have saved my life, webmaster.

    i feel you sean.
    "Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence;
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    is anyone else still having problems getting onto cboard.cprogramming.com?
    this is the first time i have been able to access the site all day.
    is it me or is it an issue for everybody?
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    I haven't been having any problems since it came up... is it just me, or was it back up for a few hours during the downtime as well?
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    do you know what cookie this site places on your machine?
    i'm wondering if the old cookie is sending me to the admin location of the site.
    i keep getting the apache default page when i try to access the forum from my work pc.
    i can get on from home, but not from work yet.
    i'm not sure again if it is just me that is lucky like this, or what.
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    Force refresh. Ctrl + F5

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    good call.
    i just did that moments before i saw your post, and it worked.
    thanks.
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    >>Force refresh. Ctrl + F5
    Sorry for getting off topic but what does force refresh do?
    Keyboard Not Found! Press any key to continue. . .

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    its pretty self explanitory.
    it forces a refresh
    It makes the page refresh without loading from cache.

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    Oh, so its different then just a plain old boring refresh?
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    Yes. A refresh will follow normal cache rules so it could easily pull the page from cache. A "force" refresh (aka a server refresh) tells the browser to ignore any cache and get the page from the server.

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