SOTAwatch glitch this morning

Hi everyone,

SOTAwatch fell over this morning resulting in an outage for an hour or two.

It has now been dusted down, put back on its feet, elastaplast and comfort administered. Hopefully should now be fine.

My apologies for any inconvenience caused.

73, Jon

In reply to GM4ZFZ:

Many thanks Jon

For the benefit of chasers I heard the following active on 40m whilst SOTA watch was down:-

0745 OE5EEP/5 Heinz OE/OO-033
0751 DL2DXA/p Bernd DM/SX-070
0755 F6EFI/P Newcomer F/VO.83 ? anyone get the full ref?
0812 OE6WTD/p Dieter OE/ST-189

73 Roy

In reply to G4SSH:
Sorry Roy - I was out having a haircut, so didn’t hear any activity.

Also thank you to Jon for getting the system back up and running. We take SOTAWatch for granted sometimes and really miss it when it’s down.


In reply to GM4ZFZ:

thanks Jon

73s Alistair gw0vmz

In reply to GM4ZFZ:

Jon - I can`t see any summit lists here - getting the following message:-
Fatal error: Call to a member function fetch_array() on a non-object in /home/sota/swbeta/beta/classes/summits.class.php on line 400


In reply to G1INK:

Hi Steve,

Thanks for spotting this. It seems the nightly chaserlog import fell over due to the same problem. This is causing the problem with the summit list.

Am re-importing now. You should be able to view the summit list now. The chaser logs will finish importing in the next few mins.

73, jon

In reply to G4SSH:
Hello Roy, the correct reference of F6EFI/p is vo-003.

73, Ogi, 9A7W

In reply to 9A7W:

Many thanks Ogi
73 Roy