Sunday, January 07, 2007
Here's the latest response from technical support.... The server that your account is housed on (server####) has had one of its drives fail on the raid. The raid is currently rebuilding and should be back up and running just as soon as it builds fully. We have turned services on the server off in the mean time so that another drive would not be lost during the rebuild. We have dispatched a team of system administrators to the server farm where the server is located and they are working around the clock to restore services as soon as possible. We have not been provided an ETA as the server has massive hard drives with lots of data. We will be updating our customers as soon as we get more information. We sincerely apologies for the inconvenience and are working on a better technique so that this does not happen again.
Well, at least that's some sort of answer.
Here's an old picture I took at the manta dive a few years back. This may be a repost, but I can't recall posting it off the top of my head. I'm running low on pics, we're planning on doing a holo-holo dive this afternoon to make sure the shift linkages are all working correctly again, so I'll try to take some pictures.
Latest water conditions.... Brrrr... it's dropped down to 75 or so - that's about 6 degrees in the last month. It might drop to about 73 or so later this month, I saw 72 back in late January of '00. We've had some big swells off and on. I did have to cancel one night trip last week because it was so nasty.