We had a weird error on the Internet today. Our site here went down (“server crash”) but the strange part was that when it crashed, there is a program we run for added speed which does caching.
At the time of the server crash, the ‘snapshot’ taken was a link to Kitco – and now that the site’s back up – all should be well.
There is a lot of caching that goes on around the net. So, if you don’t get the expected results, that’s because the DNS information (domain name server) takes a while to refresh around the world.
And – here’s the punch line to all this – it’s why (as my pal the Bitcoin Nazi is so proud of chiding…) “No Bitcoins for Ure!”
Damn right, dude.
I’m getting to old to be chasing down issues – especially ones that are “acts of God.”
Hmmm…message in there?
More in the morning…