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voldermort    10
voldermort

I am trying to place some ads and when I go to upload images nothing is going on and I'm just getting timed out?? Is this BoB's side?:wondering:

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Vegar    10
Vegar

All the pictures in my listings have gone AWOL ... :huh:

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RAG Auctioneers    10
RAG Auctioneers

Same. :huh:

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MacMuffin    0
MacMuffin

Hi - we had some power-surge in the data-centre and our upload server's - both redundant power-supplies died. Really a freak-situation and we hope to restore service by around 1-2pm today. All existing thumbnails will work, but images hosted on our image-server as well as image-uploads will not work.

 

I will post an update once service is restored. We are sorry about the downtime, but are working quite quick to get the service up and running again.

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ATA STAMP CENTRE    10
ATA STAMP CENTRE

HI MACMUFFIN

Picture uploads are a problem again-Thumbnails not opening and uploads shown as url path and not actual picture after upload!!Hope you are going to be up as late as we are tonight.

NEIL

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babyface2    10
babyface2

also having problems uploading hope it will be fixed soon

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MacMuffin    0
MacMuffin

Hi, I am real unsure where the problem is. I also proxied into our site from an overseas location and all images work fine. I do see all the thumbnails, the image server is busy uploading images as I write this and thumbnails are generated. There are no errors in server logs either.

 

I also just created a test listing and the image gets uploaded and the listing displays fine. The only thing I could think of is that somehow your PC does not resolve to our servers (perhaps an ISP problem).

 

You can try the following command on the windows commandline: ipconfig /flushdns

(this will flush any DNS settings and will hopefully resolve the problem).

 

This sounds like an isolated problem with a few users. Yes we had major issues with power in the data-centre between 10am and 3pm today, but the service got restored then. Other than running the above command and clearing your browser cache, I am unsure what other advise I can give you as I can not reproduce the problem on our site.

 

I also just got feedback from Andries that he also sees the pictures fine...

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jonnyo    10
jonnyo

I have the same issue so it can not be unique to one computer. It still exists at 16H30 on 5/10/2010

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