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    Apr 2007
    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Server Upgrade

    Those of you that frequent this forum, know I like to brag about y'all, the Mods, TFP Experts and our Admin, JasonLion.

    Together it is a pretty darn good bunch and has resulted in the finest, most friendly pool forum on the net......nothing compares to what this group has accomplisehd.

    If you are a frequent poster, you also know that we have had a huge influx of traffic over the last month resulting in some server slowdowns and annoyances.

    In the wee hours, JasonLion stayed up all night and single handedly performed a flawless server upgrade which will solve those problems. The thing about his work is it always is so seamless, you never really know he is there fixing anything. (That's almost a bit scary, now that I think about it. )

    So, once more, another job "Well done", JasonLion. Thank you!

    On a very connected subject, JasonLion absorbs the cost of that server upgrade entirely.

    The TFP Lifetime memberships are his to use at his discretion to fund every aspect of the forum administration and expense. If you have been on here a while and feel like you have gotten value from the forum, Please consider joining up and get a "Gold Supporter" badge on your username to show everyone you support the considerable effort he makes to keep this forum smooth as glass when you log in.

    Besides, at the rate of new members, he may have to upgrade again next swim season
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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    Re: Server Upgrade

    As a system admin myself, I know updates are such a thankless job.

    JasonLion, thanks for adjusting your schedule to do the update in the off hours/late at night, when other people are sleeping. Thanks for also making the process from registering as a new user and posting work smoothly.

    DCS 30

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    Oct 2012
    Central New Jersey

    Re: Server Upgrade

    Thanks Jason! i'm a semi new guy around these parts. congrats on the upgrade. i too am a sys admin.. and can agree it's a thankless job - funny how the only two replies here are from people in the know
    15K AG, w. Chlorease SWG; 150 sqft cartridge (ClearwaterII); Two Speed pump, seems to only work on one speed; less than 10 yrs old; partially decked.

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    Houston, TX

    Re: Server Upgrade

    +1 one on that from an old sysadmin (from when CNA was a Novell certification and vi was the fastest editor on the planet)
    TFP Moderator Chris V. ~16K Pool & Spa, 48NSF DE, IG Plaster Circa 2000, Intermatic PE653, Challenger pump with a 2 speed B2984, 20gal stenner chlorine injection, Houston, TX
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    Jun 2012
    Mint Hill, NC

    Re: Server Upgrade

    Quote Originally Posted by karmabiker
    +1 one on that from an old sysadmin (from when CNA was a Novell certification and vi was the fastest editor on the planet)
    He he... Someone else from back in the day...

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