SiteMeter System Maintenance

If you’re trying to read your SiteMeter and aren’t getting any data, don’t panic.

David Smith explains:

I̢۪ll be performing some maintenance and upgrades on the SiteMeter servers Friday, Sept. 9th, from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (EST). You will be able to access the reports and charts for your account during this time, but the reports and charts will not be up-to-date. Statistics will still be collected during the maintenance period and shortly after the maintenance ends, you will have access to the traffic collected during the maintenance period.

Yay.

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Comments

  1. Bill says:

    James,

    Thanks for the heads up. Now someone needs to wake up NZbear. The last time he updated my blog standing is over 10 days ago. I guess bear is hybernating. Just hope he wakes up before spring. 😉

    Bill




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  2. McGehee says:

    Now someone needs to wake up NZbear. The last time he updated my blog standing is over 10 days ago.

    Likewise. I read somewhere he’s working on the scripts. The image showing my link totals has a near-perfect replica of a heartbeat on it, showing huge swings in link numbers over the course of two or three days, so I can believe he’s busy with the thing. Better to freeze everything in the meantime, I guess, than to have a blog go from Large Mammal to Insignificant Microbe, to Higher Being all in a matter of hours…




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  3. Rusty says:

    So, it was you, not me………




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  4. Marcia L. Neil says:

    OMG — wasn’t that service supposed to link us all directly with FEMA to update about current local catastrophes?




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