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Oz Unity Forum, What happened to it?

Postby ninjawarrior » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:55 am

I have been trying to login to the Ultimate Oz unity Forum and all I get is this: Error 503 : Service Temporarily Unavailable
Is the site down for some reason?
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Re: Oz Unity Forum, What happened to it?

Postby ninjawarrior » Wed Aug 06, 2014 3:28 pm

I can log on now. Boy that was weird, Mainly because I noticed that on the Oz Unity page on Facebook, none of the links leading to the Ultimate Edition Oz web site worked. Then, for the past couple of days, I haven`t been able to login in to the Ultimate Editon Oz site. I thought maybe something was amiss. Anyways, all seems to be working again. Thanks! 8-)
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Re: Oz Unity Forum, What happened to it?

Postby ninjawarrior » Sun Mar 29, 2015 1:56 am

I see that the OZ Unity forum is down again:

Problem loading page - Mozilla Firefox_001.png


I was going to post a reply to a thread on the forum but got this instaed. Is it down again? I`ve tried to connect from two different computers and two other networks. No joy :cry: ...
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Re: Oz Unity Forum, What happened to it?

Postby ninjawarrior » Sun Mar 29, 2015 10:58 pm

I tried your new link and I can view the home page as a visitor, but still get the same error message when I try to log in. :?
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Re: Oz Unity Forum, What happened to it?

Postby TheeMahn » Thu Apr 02, 2015 5:33 pm

Gentlemen I have 21 servers to "try" and maintain, many are not functioning 100% yet. The issue with oz apears to be a SSL (Secure Socket Layer) issue, perhaps a blocked port 443 via firewall on the server. Which is what changes websites from http:// to https:// our forum uses php to encrypt data, not SSL. I have generated a certificate, all while working 10 hours a day. Please be patient with me I am but one man. BlackWolf does have root access to the server. I have no problem with him fixing it, I backed up all servers last night and can restore it to the same condition it is right now if something goes afoul.

I am currently busy, bringing os-builder up un a larger server & fixing issues in tmosb to rectify issues in all O/S builds. There is only so many hours in a day. You may think I have my priorities not in order, I however see things much differently. You will understand when I am done.
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