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uptime.com

Postby linicks » Fri Jan 13 2017 - 18:30:09

Handy site I stumbled after seeing it's robot hit my server today:

https://uptime.com/

May come in useful.

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Re: uptime.com

Postby Exaga » Sat Jan 14 2017 - 16:53:46

linicks wrote:Handy site I stumbled after seeing it's robot hit my server today:

https://uptime.com/

May come in useful.

Nick


I'm obviously missing something, Nick. :lol:
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Re: uptime.com

Postby linicks » Sun Jan 15 2017 - 21:54:19

Well, if you put in your server address, it produces a report on httpd, amil dns servers etc - handy for diagnosis - I didn't mean to pay for the bloody thing!

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