Back on the 12th, I received an email from my monitoring service that CC was down and posted the event on the CC Status Blog.
The following day, I learned that my webhost had moved CC to the web host’s new Clustered service. I can see what appears to be several improvements by this move, but I have also had a couple problems afterwards also.
I believe that my Web host is trying to improve things, but there are still a few ruff edges.
CC was also down in the morning of the 14th and I submitted a trouble ticket. After several hours, I received a response from the web host saying that everything appeared up from their end. The implication was that I was mistaken. However, there is evidence of a problem, because all of the AWSTAT history was cleared for the month. The past two days history also seems very low, so I can’t be certain that it is recording correctly.
Since the move to the Clustered Environment, WordPress has failed to post two scheduled posts. This may mean that I need to re-install WordPress, but I will wait to see if tomorrow’s scheduled post goes. I usually post the “one-liners” as a scheduled post as an indicator that I am here. If the last post was one of the One-liners and it stays for more than one day, I may be away.
The new Clustered Environment now has Fantastico. This is a product I wanted in the past and was told that I could not have it because I had been moved to a “Last Hope” server. Now that I have it back, I no longer need it since I can keep up with WP upgrades faster than the outdated Fantastico scripts.
I guess the real purpose of this post is to let you know that if CC is down, you can go to the CC Status Site to see if there is any information on what is happening.