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Reviewing past entities in the Grid log, it can be as little as 10 minutes, or as long as 3 hours... (very rough average).

Some accounts may be allowed to login sooner, based upon the order they are restored.

 

The Grid Status will update when they have news.

 

http://status.secondlifegrid.net/

 

If you cannot login After the all clear is given, let...Somebody know :)

 

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Knowl Paine wrote:

Reviewing past entities in the Grid log, it can be as little as 10 minutes, or as long as 3 hours... (very rough average).

Some accounts may be allowed to login sooner, based upon the order they are restored.

 

The Grid Status will update when they have news.

 

 

If you cannot login
After
the all clear is given, let...Somebody know
:)

 

Maybe it's time to reminisce about the Great Crash of '07.

Some of the young ones here may have never heard about it.

Three days to get everything back on line.

Now that was a crash!

 

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MikeT1966 wrote:

I wasn't on second life for that crash. Most of the time I am on second life at night. Sometimes in the day time. But since I am usually on at night I will hope things are back up tonight.

but what if your tonight was my yesterday?

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It almost was expected back then, to the point where it was considered as normal.

I found one reference, in a brief search in wikipedia, for second life crash 2007.

I'm not blaming anyone, just reporting what is recorded.

 

On December 11, 2007, xxxx  xxxxxxxx, who helped program Second Life, was forced to resign as chief technology officer

 

 

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Knowl Paine wrote:

It almost was expected back then, to the point where it was considered as normal.

I found one reference, in a brief search in wikipedia, for second life crash 2007.

I'm not blaming anyone, just reporting what is recorded.

 

On December 11, 2007, xxxx  xxxxxxxx, who helped program Second Life, was forced to resign as chief technology officer

 

 

Oddly enough, though many of us  lived through   survived it, I cant find many references to it.

I did find this Google Cache of a Forum Page where it gets mentioned it.

Perhaps some revisionists are trying to erase it from the history books.

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[Resolved] Unscheduled Maintenance

[1:50pm PST, 15 January 2013] The unscheduled maintenance is now complete.

[12:24pm PST, 15 January 2013] Second Life is undergoing unscheduled maintenance. Residents may not be able to log in, and connected Residents may not be able to teleport or connect reliably with services in world.

Please refrain from L$ transactions and from rezzing valuable (no-copy) items until the issue is cleared on this blog. We’ll keep you updated.

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Knowl Paine wrote:

I hope there weren't too many casualties... a Resident can only last so long without air... I mean SL. :smileyvery-happy:

I was stuck on a SIM for two days with one other Avatar.

A girl who liked to role play being a French Whore.

It was mighty interesting.

And no I'm not joking.

 

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