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I see. I'm waiting.Ping to google results in 50% packet loss in Japan. and other services, like Docs, Reader, are in the same situation.
I read your post on the official blog.
I am the "administrator" of a chat room on your great service. We would like to make all participants to a exit, wipe the group name, then recreate the group and all rejoin. Somehow, our chat room became corrupted (name changed, can't chat, etc.) Thanks
What happens with PartyChat? It seems, service down about 2 days
okinomahito: a little dry, i know, but proof that I really do have a day job =).Chris: are you still seeing this problem? define "corrupted"aleks: we've been having issues. see my latest post: http://techwalla.blogspot.com/2009/07/partychat-problems.html
Hi Akshay - corrupted to me means that just prior to party chat going down last week, our regular password-protected group became know as 'banana' and had a number of users in it that we had never heard of. Certain authorized active users were no longer able to see of /join the original chat group name or if they did join, no one was around (all in #banana instead). So we all /exit-ed and tried to start a new groupHope this helps.
Chris - were you successful in creating a new room? That's a very bizarre error case I've never heard of, but could be explained by corruption of the underlying state file.
The original chat room name was in firstname.lastname@example.org, which became unresponsive - no commands would work (/create, /list, /join etc. did nothing). Thinking you now required a #, I tried email@example.com instead and successfully re-created chat room with password protection. Oddly, we could get in without supplying the password and users from the *original* chat room /list-ed. Further our previous aliases where still in use from the old, so we couldn't use those. The next day, the Party Chat system went down.