Started by 1961CadillacConvertible, October 18, 2015, 06:50:14 PM
Quote from: Doug Scarrow on November 02, 2015, 05:51:07 PMI believe that even if all previous posts were lost it still possible to start over. It started with no posts or documents and the document section could easily be built back via member uploads. I have most of the factory info on my computor. I miss the fellowship and there is much to be learned from each other via the forum. You might be surprised at the active support that the members could offer if given the opportunity.
Quote from: Bryan Jobe on November 12, 2015, 12:47:37 PMHello all,Sorry for the loss of the 61-62 site...here is a quick backstory on what has transpired.Almost 2 months ago now my hosting company, GoDaddy, upgraded their servers and I missed the notice about it possibly effecting older software running on their servers. So on that date the site went dead with the â€˜database errorâ€™. I tried to work out what happened over the next couple of days with GoDaddy and VBulletin (the forum software). What came to light during all of this is that my backups of the site were not complete and part of the site database is now missing. This database contains all of the usernames, passwords, posts, images, etc. I have much of the uploaded information still such as manuals, how-toâ€™s, and such. I bought an upgrade to the forum software in order to try and get the site back up and running with the new server requirements. Unfortunately right now I have about zero time for this due to work, family commitments and a house renovation project. Also, I have somewhat lost the passion for upkeeping the forum.I think some of the information for the site is retreviable, I just donâ€™t have the manpower, knowledge or time to dedicate to the cause. Iâ€™m willing to give anyone full access to the site, hosting company, etc so they can see what is salvageable.My apologies for letting this happen, but was just cruising along since it was all working so well.Please email me at jobe.bryanemail addresses not permitted if you think you can help save what has been lost.Bryan Jobe
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