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Old 03-11-2004, 11:36 PM   #1
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Getting Logged Off at Midnight

I have been getting logged off at midnight for about the past two weeks now. If I log right back in, I get kicked right back off. I wait till about 12:15 or 12:20 am to get back in. (I know, I should just go to bed!)

Is there a site update running at that time? I just wondered if you're aware of this. I do lose all my posts on the "View Posts Since Last Visit", if I haven't gotten through them all, but then I can just go to the "View Posts In Last 24 Hours" option, and I can remember which ones I didn't get to. If I want to answer a post, I've learned to look at the clock first!
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Your getting physically logged off? Like you have to enter your username and password?

If thats the case then the issue must be on your end. We have a bandwidth guage that we can monitor that updates every 2 minutes. Basicly if for some reason there is a network blip for as short as 2 minutes it shows up on the bandwidth meter as having no traffic transmited over that period of time. I check this bandwidth chart a few times a day and we have not had a site wide outage since the last system reboot.

http://www.storage-hosting.com/bandwidth/

The red lines represent midnight and each little tick is 1 hour.
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I actually have had the same issue repeatedly at 9:00 pm PST. It does not physically log you out but it removes all new posts. You can still view the forum easily just all the "new post" flags are gone.

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Well if its hapening exactly at midnight servertime then I supose it has to do with the whos online list and its whos online in the last 24 hours. This list is really not the last 24hours but more a list of whos online since midnight.

Notihing related to the site other than editing the View My Gallery link has been changed in months.
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Hi Fishfreek,
Yes, I get physically logged off. The screen style changes to the default (from my style, fisubapple) and if I try to go back to my "View all posts" screen to read a new topic, I get the log-in screen. If I log in right then, I will get kicked off again. So I wait a bit before trying again. When I do get back in, the "View all posts since last visit" screen only has a few posts in it, instead of a few pages, because all the posts that were there at midnight were cleared. Thanks!
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Is the database that supports the site being backed up at midnight, or something similiar?

P.S. My husband says it's never the network....
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Only on Monday/Wed and Friday does the backup script run. And that does not take down the database server. Instead its just a mysqldump of the current tables.

That script has been scheduled that way since we got the dedicated server in early Dec.
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Thanks, Fishfreek,
It happened again last night -- Friday at midnight, actually 11:59 pm on my clock. I'll keep track of when it happens, and if there's anything else to report, I'll let you know.
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i also jusy got dumped at midnight. read a thread, went back to the list, chose a new thread, and it shows up in the default theme. if i try to go to the next page of new posts, it comes no posts match your criteria. just logged back in.
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It just happened again! I'm gonna need therapy if I keep getting kicked off my favorite web site!
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