I’m in a process of migrating my website to a new server within the same hosting company. Recently there were some issues with the old server that were causing my site to go offline for some short periods of time. I’ve already pointed my site to the new Name Servers, so tomorrow Inspiration Bit should go back to normal mode.

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UPDATE: Inspirationbit.com had successfully migrated to the new server. My apologies for any inconvenience that you may experienced in the last 24 hours.

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5 Insightful Bits in response to “Migrating Bit”

  1. It’s alright. I’m glad that Inspiration Bit is back to normal mode. Yesterday, it was looking broken, full of weird PHP and MySQL errors.

  2. ibit

    Wow, I didn’t even know that the site was broken like that and giving errors. Thanks for letting me know about this, Avi. I didn’t see any errors myself.

  3. My pleasure! :) Yesterday, I visited this site to digg interesting bits on your blog but found the header and sidebar full of PHP & MySQL error. I thought you maybe modifying the theme.

  4. How has everything been working on the new server?

  5. ibit

    Everything is working really well – I have no more connection issues. Thanks so much, bluefur – you’re indeed the best hosting company I’ve ever worked with.

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Hi, I'm Vivien. Thanks for visiting my Inspiration Bit. I often find myself scouring the internet looking for either answers to many questions I have or websites that inspire me, sites that I can learn from. On what topics you might ask — any topics that interest me, anything from web design to typography and art, from blogging to entrepreneurship, from programming to open source.
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