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Server too Busy Try Later ????

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    Server too Busy Try Later ????

    Been getting this for awhile. Whats Up?

    Apparently the server has a big day planned and is too busy to mess with us. Kinda hurts my feelings. All the other servers don’t treat me like that. 😢


      Look at the banner at the top of the forum, I would assume we will have random issues until the move is executed on the 8th... and probably a few hiccups after the move as well. That's just how things go


      • Panhead John
        Panhead John commented
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        Oh yeah. I’m sure they’re tinkering around with this and that. It’s to be expected.

      The Server: "Look, I've gotta clean up before I move, ok? I'm BUSY here..."


        Yup those elf’s are really busy. You do have ta remember, YMMV.


          I checked out the logs to see if there was a clue to this. Nada. No indication of anything that could cause this.

          Unfortunately, the "server too busy" error is lousy message as it is not always accurate.

          It could be the server, the network, the ISP, the browser, one of the routers, or the connection speed.

          Any of these can cause the "server too busy" error. For various reasons.


            Update! This was the server.

            After going through my email, there was an alert about the CPU and the site being unavailable for a couple of minutes.

            It correlates with the time this topic was crated.


              The old server is just acting out knowing it will be abandoned soon.


              • Steve R.
                Steve R. commented
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                Server: "What are you gonna do, replace me?"

              Lucky I guess. I have not noticed this one.


                Must be COVID related. Most servers these days are unemployed after all.


                  Was deffo experiencin this earlier; Seems much mo bettah. now... ")



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