I think that might've been my system's fault at this point. I used toha
problem where the Synchronet BBS process would jump up to 100% CPU usage, DAG>totally stop importing any messages to networked message areas. My guess DAG>that it stopped sending outbound at the same time. Anyway I was wondering DAG>things had been so quiet for a few days, took a look at the process list, DAG>that was the case, and fixed it a few days ago... So there might have been
small deluge of messages that'd be held up on my system.
I hadn't connected with my main FIDONet hub (Janis Kracht) in several
days, but got a bucket load of messages...the QWK packet is rather full
It was a good thing I had bought a used Windows Vista Home Basic
Laptop at a recent ham radio event in Shreveport, Louisiana. I had
bought a similar one at a ham radio in Monroe, Louisiana, from the same
gentleman, but the new one has more memory and hard drive space. Anyway,
I had to reset the date and time in the CMOS tonight, but after that, I
kept getting a BSOD error when I tried to boot up. So, that one, along
with another older laptop (which has XP on it, but also limited on
memory and hard drive space), will go to a local shop for formatting and
parts use. I had bought a used Windows 7 32-bit laptop from a fellow
Sysop, and will eventually move the BBS to it.
We got 1 to 2 inches of much needed rain here today from storms, but
we still have storms in the forecast into Monday. Fire danger has been
high, with burn bans all over the place. But, the storms mean little or
no computer or BBS work.
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