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  • cirisme
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    I posted last yesterday night(which shows as 5 am something) and could not post at all till now...

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  • Boofo
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    Originally posted by sabret00the
    vb.org closed their doors due to it.
    When are they going to open up again? If they are on the same server, why aren't they up, too?

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by Smirks
    Doesn't appear to be fixed to me either. I posted this thread last night: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=100380, and you can see someone replied to it, but it appeared on top of mine. Now, as a result, if I try to reply to the other post I get one of 2 errors:

    1) Sorry! The administrator has specified that users can only post one message every 60 seconds.

    2) Invalid thread specified.
    I doubt they can fix the errors during the timing glitch. Everything from the time it has been fixed has been ok for me.

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  • Smirks
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    Doesn't appear to be fixed to me either. I posted this thread last night: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=100380, and you can see someone replied to it, but it appeared on top of mine. Now, as a result, if I try to reply to the other post I get one of 2 errors:

    1) Sorry! The administrator has specified that users can only post one message every 60 seconds.

    2) Invalid thread specified.

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  • georgec
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    Hmmm my last post http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=100397 still appears below alot of older ones for me. Incidently, I sent in a support ticket as well to [email protected], but got a "Warning: mail could not be sent after 4 hours" error message from my server. Our forums is currently down, so this is obviously a bad time for all the sudden strange problems with VB's server.

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  • Scott MacVicar
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    we moved to our Dual 2.8ghz Xeon last night but I think something went wrong. I've just ran rdate and it should be fixed.

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  • sabret00the
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    yup, one of the admins needs to wake up and fix the server

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  • poolking
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    I don't see what much can be done with the posts made during the server time going screwy?

    I wouldn't dream of fiddling with the database trying to get the posts at the correct time, I think it would be impossible.

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  • sabret00the
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    vb.org closed their doors due to it.

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  • DWZ
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    Yep, I noticed the problem too.

    I posted something, then couldn't find it, then found it had been posted a page back before all these other posts I had already read

    I did notice that this forum was closed a few hours back saying something like "fixing server time" - maybe related to that?

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  • poolking
    started a topic Timing gone haywire and post position

    Timing gone haywire and post position

    Can you check out this thread The timings and post positioning has gone haywire.

    I just posted a reply and mine has ended up on top and also some members appear to have posted in the future.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...964#post645964

    Edit: It appears to be a server wide problem, the same is hapenning over at vbulletintemplates.
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