SSL error

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The drop in the websites accessibility wasn't caused by any software or user errors, apparently the SSL cert was "revoked" magically by the webspace provider, it might have been because it's lease was up but it was a bit odd. It makes me wonder how many other websites were effected. In any event, re-applying for a cert has got the site back up and running sorry for any delays.
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#2
No problem. Didn't last long.
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#3
Kind'a comforting to find these things happen to other people. My (hosted) apache server "needed a kick" the other day. Technology not so much taking over as gradually losing interest in the task it's supposed to be performing. 50%+ of cpu time now spent dreaming of electric sheep.
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(Apr 8, 2018 01:59 AM)confused2 Wrote: Kind'a comforting to find these things happen to other people. My (hosted) apache server "needed a kick" the  other day. Technology not so much taking over as gradually losing interest in the task it's supposed to be performing. 50%+ of cpu time now spent dreaming of electric sheep.

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