• hmmm...

    From Janis Kracht@1:261/38 to All on Tue May 4 08:08:04 2021
    Here is where this message has eh... been:

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 124/5016 203/0 221/1 6 360 229/101 240/1120 5832 261/38 SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 288/100 292/854 8125 301/1 310/31 313/41 331/313 333/0 SEEN-BY: 333/808 335/206 364 370 396/45 423/81 120 467/888 770/1 2452/250 SEEN-BY: 4500/1 5001/100 5005/49 5020/715 830 846 1042 2047 4441 5030/722 SEEN-BY: 5049/6 5053/51 5064/56 5083/1 444

    Path info:
    PATH: 333/808 335/364 221/6 1 280/464 310/31 5020/830 1042 261/38

    Please check your systems!

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-5
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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Janis Kracht on Tue May 4 14:25:55 2021
    Hi Janis,

    On 2021-05-04 08:08:04, you wrote to All:

    Here is where this message has eh... been:

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 124/5016 203/0 221/1 6 360 229/101 240/1120 5832 261/38
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 288/100 292/854 8125 301/1 310/31 313/41 331/313
    333/0
    SEEN-BY: 333/808 335/206 364 370 396/45 423/81 120 467/888 770/1 2452/250
    SEEN-BY: 4500/1 5001/100 5005/49 5020/715 830 846 1042 2047 4441 5030/722
    SEEN-BY: 5049/6 5053/51 5064/56 5083/1 444

    Path info:
    PATH: 333/808 335/364 221/6 1 280/464 310/31 5020/830 1042 261/38

    Please check your systems!

    So what's wrong with it? There are no loops...

    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to Janis Kracht on Tue May 4 13:07:00 2021
    Janis,

    Here is where this message has eh... been:

    <snip!>

    Path info:

    PATH: 333/808 335/364 221/6 1 280/464 310/31 5020/830 1042 261/38

    Please check your systems!

    I go direct to 1:396/45 from 1:19/33. Not sure where it goes from
    there.

    Maybe the message got tired of being cooped up on the BBS, and it
    wanted to travel. <G>

    Daryl

    ... I'm Bjorn of Borg. Wimbledon is irrelevant.
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  • From Janis Kracht@1:261/38 to Daryl Stout on Tue May 4 19:26:32 2021
    Hi Darryl,

    Here is where this message has eh... been:

    <snip!>

    Path info:

    PATH: 333/808 335/364 221/6 1 280/464 310/31 5020/830 1042 261/38

    Please check your systems!

    I go direct to 1:396/45 from 1:19/33. Not sure where it goes from
    there.

    Maybe the message got tired of being cooped up on the BBS, and it
    wanted to travel. <G>

    Hmmm... maybe I need to tighten it's leash <g>

    Take care,
    Janis
    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-5
    * Origin: Prism bbs (1:261/38)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to Janis Kracht on Tue May 4 21:13:00 2021
    Janis,

    Hmmm... maybe I need to tighten it's leash <g>

    Please re-leash me, let me know. I don't post you anymore. <G>

    Yes, I'm in one of my nether moods. We dodged a severe weather bullet overnight, and I hope to get the BBS moved into the cloud sometime on Wednesday.

    Sadly, I saw on Facebook, where Doc's Place BBS, has apparently shut
    down.

    Daryl

    ... Press any key to continue or any other key to quit...
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  • From Janis Kracht@1:261/38 to Daryl Stout on Wed May 5 11:04:34 2021
    Hi Daryl,

    Hmmm... maybe I need to tighten it's leash <g>

    Please re-leash me, let me know. I don't post you anymore. <G>

    :)

    Yes, I'm in one of my nether moods. We dodged a severe weather bullet overnight, and I hope to get the BBS moved into the cloud sometime on Wednesday.

    Hey, hope that goes well, and I'm glad you were able to dodge that one!

    Sadly, I saw on Facebook, where Doc's Place BBS, has apparently shut
    down.

    Yes, I saw that message as well... DOC's blaming my system for that.. :( I guess I'm not allowed to have problems with the system when all the available nodes (16) are "busy", while someone else decides they have to use FTP to grab every file on my system :(

    <sigh>

    Take care,
    Janis
    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-5
    * Origin: Prism bbs (1:261/38)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to Janis Kracht on Wed May 5 17:49:00 2021
    Janis,

    Hmmm... maybe I need to tighten it's leash <g>

    Please re-leash me, let me know. I don't post you anymore. <G>

    :)

    Now, you'll be like that meme, where there's a guy in the hospital
    bed, with his head all bandaged up. The doctor walks into the room,
    with a huge sealed up glass jar, full of musical notes...and he says
    "Good news, Mr. Smith!! We got rid of that tune that was stuck in your
    head!!" <G>.

    Hey, hope that goes well, and I'm glad you were able to dodge that one!

    There was an EF-1 tornado in west central Arkansas in the Fort Smith
    area (12 so far this year, and I think our average is 33). Then, there
    were large tornadoes near Atlanta and in the Carolinas...plus, the
    Birmingham area got intense significant flooding. An automated weather
    station showed near hurricane force winds near Hot Springs, heading
    toward Little Rock. So, I thought we were in for it...but the storm
    weakened slightly (still 60 mph winds) when it moved into the area,
    but the worst of it went north of me.

    Unfortunately, most of our severe weather occurs after sunset, and especially overnight...so, many folks aren't even aware of it coming.
    A few years back, the storms were so intense, that in the Little Rock
    Metro Area (Pulaski County), there were 10 lightning strikes per second,
    for a whole hour!! The thunder was nearly nonstop...and as expected,
    there were widespread power outages. I think one strike hit a major
    substation in the western part of the city.

    With the frequent weather changes here lately, I've been dealing with migraine sinus headaches...where I can't hold my eyes open for long
    periods of time. I know it's going to take quite a bit of time to move
    stuff into the cloud (which will eliminate downtimes from thunderstorms
    or from outages via power or internet), but I want to be alert when the
    moving of data is done.

    Yes, I saw that message as well... DOC's blaming my system for that..
    :( I guess I'm not allowed to have problems with the system when all
    the available nodes (16) are "busy", while someone else decides they
    have to use FTP to grab every file on my system :(

    Well, I have things to block the bots, and multiple concurrent connects... such as a changing CAPTCHA code every 5 minutes around the clock, and things
    to block things like "admin", "sysop", etc. -- but when you're popular, what can you do??

    Daryl

    ... Backups? We don't need no steenking backups.
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