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Old 04-09-2007, 06:00 PM   #11
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what version are we running right now?
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lmao - Not literally :S
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Old 04-09-2007, 06:02 PM   #13
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he is running 3.0.7 look at the very bottom of any page it should say this

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Try to do it when the server gets its least activity
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Old 04-09-2007, 06:03 PM   #14
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what version are we running right now?
3.07 , yeah it would be good to upgrade and the newer version runs a lot smoother , although some of that may be down to the server we are on at the moment
oh yeah how much does the upgrade gonna cost david
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Old 04-09-2007, 06:04 PM   #15
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he is running 3.0.7 look at the very bottom of any page it should say this

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Try to do it when the server gets its least activity
that is quite impossible considering we have people in every time zone as members
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that is quite impossible considering we have people in every time zone as members
true. some people will have to go without cf for a short while. not a big deal is it. i recon the server needs sorting aswell i know its been said loads of times but it is a big issue
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that is quite impossible considering we have people in every time zone as members
Well he did say LEAST busy, not not busy. Most members are american, so if we did it when it was the middle of the night for them, then maby it would be ok?
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Strange, I have not received any errors.
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Strange, I have not received any errors.
your lucky then. the forum was totally fcuked when all the threads were missing the body and all you could see was the title. then database errors kept popping up lol.
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cool on the possible upgrade.....looking forward to it ....hope it makes the site run better, cause i frequently have posting problems, and just was getting nothing but white screens for the last hour or so just trying to view the site (could only access the main page).
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