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Fredd
Between 04:00 and 10:00 GMT on Wednesday 18 March 2009 the PePiPoo server will be undergoing maintenance. At some point during this process a reboot of the server will be required. We do not expect the downtime to exceed 15 minutes.

If you're working on an epic post or PM during this maintenance period we suggest that you copy it before making the post! icon_thumright.gif
Fredd
Between 04:00 and 10:00 GMT on Friday 30 October 2009 the PePiPoo server will be undergoing maintenance. At some point during this process a reboot of the server will be required. We do not expect the downtime to exceed 15 minutes.

If you're working on an epic post or PM during this maintenance period we suggest that you copy it before making the post! icon_thumright.gif
Fredd
We will be carrying out software maintenance on our server during the weekend Sat/Sun 13/14 February 2010. During this period the forums may go offline for periods of about 5-10 minutes.

To ensure as far as possible that nobody loses any posts or messages that they're working on, a warning pop-up will be displayed starting from at least 15 minutes before the forums go offline. The pop-up will be displayed when you change to a new page, or refresh the one you're on. The pop-up will only appear once for each maintenance window, but will (as long as you're not using pop-up blocker software) be quite obvious. We recommend that you disable any pop-up blockers from blocking forums.pepipoo.com pop-ups if you are using the forums during the maintenance period, so that you will see these warnings.

Happy Valentine's Day! love9.gif


Whenever possible we carry out maintenance work at weekends as Sundays, followed by Saturdays, are the quietest times of the week.
This is also why you need to be patient if you post asking for help at the weekend!
Fredd
Between 13:00 and 14:00 BST on Wednesday 19 September 2012 the Pepipoo server will be undergoing maintenance. We don't expect the downtime to exceed 15 minutes, but it is based on many variables and may exceed half an hour.
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