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Scheduled downtime for maintenance on Saturday
Copypasta from the announcement:

There's been a drive failure on the server. We're running in degraded mode for now but if we lose another drive that's a wrap. So I need to get in there and take the site down long enough to swap out the failed drive, migrate data over, then swap out the other old drive, and restore the RAID array. The site can be up for some of this work, but there will be outages from time to time as reboots happen. Also, I would expect the site to operate a bit slowly being under such heavy load from the disks being brought back into sync.
01-03-2019 12:01 PM
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RE: Scheduled downtime for maintenance on Saturday
Oh ok that makes sense. Simple fix. Thanks for the heads up!
01-03-2019 10:14 PM
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