The boring life of Jerod Poore, Crazymeds' Chief Citizen Medical Expert.

And Now We're Back Up


The drug information pages are back up. Front Page and ftp are working. I'm not to sure about e-mail just yet.

We'll see how it goes from here.

24 comments:

B. Coles said...
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Dymphna said...

Site still down. Though you probably already knew that.

Sorry about the deletion there - html idiot and all...

Down doobie do down down, comma, comma...

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Jerod Poore said...

Hey, we're back up now.

It's shakedown time. I expect being up and down for the next few days.

Jerod Poore said...

Back down. Up and down on the yo-yo.

Anonymous said...

I'm still not able to get your site... but I LOVE it! Thanks so much for putting in all the hours of labor it must have been to provide so much information... and it's funny too!

Anonymous said...

Down again. The yo-yo continues my friend.

Hang in there.

-CER

gary said...

sorry to hear you are having trouble with the site. i realized how much i relied on and appreciated it once i couldn't access it. thanks for providing such a stellar resource. i promise to show my appreciation with a contribution when you get up and running again.

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Anonymous said...

Nice sockpuppet.

bootsgirl said...

The site has been lifesaving for so many. I hope you come back soon as some of my meds have changed and I need access to all the info.

Peace...

Jerod Poore said...

Thanks everyone,

The problem is with the nameservers. I changed the IP address of the nameservers on the previous domain server. Unfortunately that wasn't enough. I'm trying to work things out with the registrar.

We'll be back up eventually.

Anonymous said...

What is you new IP address? We can use it instead of the name while you get DNS worked out.

Jerod Poore said...

anonymous,

What is you new IP address? We can use it instead of the name while you get DNS worked out.

Although I've paid for a dedicated IP address, it has yet to show up on the control panel. I've inquired about this.

I don't know if the nameserver business has to be straightened out first or what.

An excellent suggestion, and one I hope to use.

Anonymous said...

Miss your site. Haven't needed it for awhile....but now my meds have changed. Didn't realize how trite all those other drug info sites are compared to yours. Promise I'll show my appreciation...$...as soon as you can get back online.

Anonymous said...

I hope you get your invaluable site up soon! Its been a humorous source of information that many people count on. Thank you

Anonymous said...

Are you sure you know what you are doing ??? A DNS problem is usually fixed in less than 48 hours.

Anonymous said...

You need to get rid of ns1/2.cyazymeds.org. they are foo barred.

Ignore the glue warning, check out the next fail. That is the problem.

Anonymous said...

Hope you manage to get the site up again soon.

Regards, Cyeic.

Heather said...

I've been missing the site terribly! Been going through med switches (doc on call says Lithium but I say "No, my regular doc says no Lithium. Look,, there's a note in the chart. I can see the note. "NO LITHIUM. Try Abilify" DEoc on call says no to abilify, gives me lithium. and the saga continues... currently I"m in the chapter where pdoc comes back from vaca and freaks out that I'm on lithium, so switches to zyprexa and now my ankles are the size of softballs and my hands and feet are holding sooo much water...

I need the boards back up. Is there anything an uberspaz add girl can do to help?

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Jerod Poore said...

Christ on a Harley the post looks good in preview but when it's posted for real the HTML is all fucked up!

OK, screw it. You can get to the drug information pages only via the IP address of:

http://74.50.8.219/

Unfortunately there will be plenty of broken links as there are lots of explicit links to pages at www.crazymeds.org instead of implicit links to just the page name.

Also I can't work on the new forum as it expects www.crazymeds.org instead of either the IP address or the address on the domain server itself, so if I access the forum software by either address I'll get internal server errors, timeouts, whatever.

Jerod Poore said...

Are you sure you know what you are doing ??? A DNS problem is usually fixed in less than 48 hours.

If it were anyone but 1and1.com that would be the case. Alas getting them to let me change registrars has been a huge hassle. Read about that in the most recent blog entry.