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    Pelican down?

    Logging onto Pelican again today, and it show me as the only one online and no new posts for over 24 hours. Tried a post, and NADA. Is it just me?
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    I’m having the same experience.
    Hugh Lindberg
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    Thanks, good to know I am not alone. BTW, site still down.
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    same here.....still

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    Back up today
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    Senior Member acoupe's Avatar
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    I still can`t get on Pelican

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    The site loads, but there have been zero changes since the early morning hours Saturday. Based on my prior career experience, the site has lost the ability to write to the database for some reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Back up today
    It loads, but if you look at the bottom of an active forum such as: https://forums.pelicanparts.com/pors...chnical-forum/
    you will see that you are the only active user. You can submit a new thread, but it will not be posted. I agree with Arne; there is no writing to the database.

    I would expect to see some sort of a message posted by now, but no such luck.
    Porsche Historian, contact for Kardex & CoA-type Reports
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    Looks like it is back.
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    Yes....back for me

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