4p PT -- site loads, sort of. No pictures. "products.php" would not load
at all.

Get off of GoDaddy. I have used DreamHost with great success. A client of
mine uses Hostway and they have been fine for years.

---------
Tom Jedrzejewicz
tomjedrz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

"Illegitimi non carborundum"


On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 12:04 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Home page loads. Products -> "Dilgard product search engine" hour
glassing.

I have used www.pair.com for years. Affordable, easy to use, and good
speeds. I don't have your volume. What I especially like is that their
phones are answered by techies who know what they are doing and who have
the authority to fix most problems right on the spot, from technical
issues to billing issues. I can not speak highly enough about their
abilities, attitude, and results.



On 3/25/2014 8:35 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
All,

Our website, www.dilgardfoods.com, hosted by GoDaddy, is either very
slow
or not reachable. I can (sometimes) get to the home page, but not to the
Product Catalog page. The FTP site for uploading the product search
files
does not respond at all.

It's supposedly not just our site. GoDaddy evidently had problems, but
claims they're fixed. Others say the problems are not fixed. From what
I
read, GoDaddy doesn't seem to be very forthcoming as to what is going on.
Surprise, surprise.

I saw a post on this page http://downdetector.com/status/go-daddy from
5:17
this morning (3/25) that says "eta from godaddy is 24-72 hours.
evidently a
known server crash has reoccurred. deeply sorry for the site downtime."
but
have no idea of the reliability.

We have Comcast. There was a single post that said Comcast and GoDaddy
were pointing fingers at each other. I'd like to confirm with someone
whose ISP is other than Comcast that there is indeed an issue.

Before I open a ticket with GoDaddy, can someone with an ISP *OTHER* than
Comcast try the site for me and confirm there is an issue? From the home
page, click on the Products icon at the bottom and let me know the
result.


Thanks.



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www.martinvt.com
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Skype: booth.martin

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Protestants, today it's open to anybody who owns hideous clothing. --
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