I woke up this morning, ready to submit a project on my TCH hosted installation of Expression Engine, and out of nowhere -- I didn't do anything to the EE system files, I can no longer publish new, or edit existing, content on my EE-based website.
EE Tech Support Says: (http://www.pmachine.com/forums/viewthread/39704/)
"Here is the deal, you are not having one problem, you are experiencing many problems across the board. You are not just getting blank pages on the publish tab, you are getting a horribly slow control panel and many of the links in your admin area are not loading. This problem seems to be caused by the underlying hosting environment.
You did not make any changes, the system was working great and all of a sudden everything went south. Sudden changes like this are often indicative of a hosting change. EE is a basic PHP/MySQL script that is running on thousands on sites across the net. The script does not just break down with no explanation. I have seen these types of problems before and they have been a problem with a lack of memory."
TCH Tech Support Says:
I am sorry I could not find any memeory issues on the server. The server is running fast and your domain is resolving fine ... and ... The issue is with the Expression Engine software and I am sorry the help desk do not provide support to 3rd party softwares. Please visit our family forum for tips regarding 3rd party software issues.
So unless someone here or on the EE board can shed some light so I can find a solution, it seems like, according to the tech guys, after two and a half years of very hard work learning and working with EE, my website is now BURNED TOAST
Is the life of a script really that fragile
Any sign of the cavalry????