Moodle, Twitter, and networks

I feel sorry really for the 52 people that follow me on Twitter. Sometime Monday our Moodle installation decided that all the users are on a different server and it won’t allow anyone to login.

I’ve been twitting it since I started working on the problem 24 hours ago now. It’s been a great outlet for me as I know most of my twitter friends and followers are educational technology people that understand the frustrations when things all of a sudden break without warning.

The interesting part is some of my twitter friends have given me suggestions on things to try. Twitter as a support network…interesting concept.

Anyway…taking a break at the moment waiting for our hosting company to backup and then reinstall the April 28th backup of the database to see if that fixes it. If it does…I know the problem is in the DB if it doesn’t then the problem is somewhere in Moodle itself.

Cross your fingers for me as 1200 students and teachers wait to see if I can get this fixed ASAP.

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  1. I tried NineHub.com provides free Moodle hosting with unlimited disk space and bandwidth. Good enough!

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