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  4. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    Restore is complete. If your site is not working, try refreshing the cache of your browser and restarting your system / router. If the issue persists, please feel free to open a support ticket by clicking HERE with all the details so that we can check it out. Thank you for the patience and understanding shown while we were restoring the accounts.
  5. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    85%
  6. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    56% done
  7. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    45%
  8. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    25%
  9. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    Restore is at 15%
  10. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    Account restores are running. Please refrain from doing anything on the accounts till this is reported as complete.
  11. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    We saw multiple hardware issues with the server and inspite the best efforts of our NOC team, the server is unstable. We are looking at a restore. A new server is currently being built. Updates to follow
  12. TCH-Bala

    Charlevoix :: server down

    File system checks done on the server, it is back online and responding to services. Thank you for your patience.
  13. TCH-Bala

    Squaw :: server down

    We are aware of the issue with the server. Our NOC team is checking it out. Please stand by for further updates.
  14. TCH-Bala

    Charlevoix :: server down

    We are aware of the issue with the server. Our NOC team is checking it out. Please stand by for further updates.
  15. TCH-Bala

    Joomla 3.9.1 released

    Thanks Thomas
  16. TCH-Bruce

    Joomla 3.9.1 released

    Thanks Thomas
  17. Joomla 3.9.1 has been released. This is a bugfix release for the 3.x series of Joomla. Read more / Get it at: joomla.org/announcements/release-news/5751-joomla-3-9-1-release.html or use it´s built-in updater.
  18. TCH-Bala

    sub domain redirection

    Glad to know it is working now.
  19. imaginarynumber

    sub domain redirection

    Strange, just tried it again and it works. Maybe it was some strange caching thing? Thanks
  20. TCH-Bala

    Joomla 3.9 released

    Thanks Thomas.
  21. TCH-Bala

    sub domain redirection

    Please open a support ticket by clicking HERE with all the details so that we can check it out for you.
  22. TCH-Bruce

    Joomla 3.9 released

    Thanks Thomas
  23. Joomla 3.9 have been released. Be sure to read "You’re ready for Joomla 3.9 – But is your website?" on the link below before updating! Read more / Get it at: joomla.org/announcements/release-news/5748-the-privacy-tool-suite-by-joomla-joomla-3-9-is-here.html Or use it´s built-in updater.
  24. imaginarynumber

    sub domain redirection

    Thanks for the reply Balakrishan. If I delete the CNAME entry via WHM and then log into cpanel and try to create the m. subdomain (with a view to then redirecting it) I get the following error
  25. Sorry, yesterday I forgot to write that I also like play in progressive slots free with my father. He is really professional in this games and he taught me to play these games. This is an interesting and exciting process, because you need to analyze everything and be able to apply different strategies for the game.I know that many people do not like these games, but if you're having a whole family in them, then it's a cool thing.
  26. I also like lord of the rings
  27. TCH-Bala

    sub domain redirection

    Please log into cpanel and set up redirection to point the subdomain to the main domain. https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/74Docs/Redirects
  28. imaginarynumber

    sub domain redirection

    Hi all. One of my joomla sites used to redirect to m.mysite.com if someone was using a mobile/cell phone. The subdomain was hosted by a third party via a CNAME redirect to their servers. I no longer want to use their service and deleted the DNS record. I then noticed that search engines such as Bing still link to m.mysite.com. Not wanting a "page not found" I though that I could add a CNAME record to point it back to mysite.com That just leads m.mysite.com to a cpanel page suggesting that someone has messed things up. How can i redirect m.mysite.com to mysite.com. Using A records to point at the shared hosting IP address just results in a page not found message? Should I just delete the new record and then create the m subdomain in cpanel and then redirect that to the root domain? My head hurts... Thanks.
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