Blogg-databasen min krasjet

Alt gikk så bra med bloggen min men så fikk jeg lyst til å fikse litt på den. Det skulle jeg aldri ha gjort… Jeg krasjet databasen noe så grundig at jeg måtte ta frem backupfilene. Men der var det bare rubbish og rot så jeg trodde jeg hadde mistet alt. Heldigvis klarte jeg å grave frem en del fra minne og cache samt en eldre manuell backup. Den tids-instilte backupen feilet…

Nå har jeg klart å rekonstruere de siste innleggene mine men de er tomme så nå er jeg på jakt i cache og på søkemotorer. Kjedelig jobb…

Husk backup dere! 🙂

Heldigvis bufrer Google sidene mine, så nå går jeg gjennom den og regenererer innhold i postene…

Øyvind Lasse Høysæter

Born in 1971, fell in love with computing in 1983 because of Sinclair's masterpieces. Continued on the magic surrounding the C64, Amiga and moved to the PC world in 1990. Loves science fiction, programming, astronomy, my family and my job. (developer) :)

4 Responses

  1. Nicole says:

    That sucks 🙁
    Hope you can get your stuff back 🙁
    Not sure when I did my latest backup.
    And not sure they are useful to begin with, I don’t trust them 🙂

    • oyvind says:

      Thanks Nicole. 🙂 I’ve managed to retrieve a lot but there is still some missing. Oh well.

      I used the opportunity to change theme. 🙂

  2. FishHawk says:

    I am really sorry that you are having so much trouble. I always make-up my blog posts on MS Word on my computer, and then copy them over to be published, which allows me to have a copy of everything I have posted. It would still be a major pain to have to repost everything, though.

    • oyvind says:

      Thank you my friend! Having that kind of copy was actually a good idea, a kind of “if all else fail”-system. I was lucky that I had the frame of each post, like date, tags, category, title and comments – it was “just” the content I lost. That is a table in the database on its own so it kind of saved me. I have managed to save almost all posts now.

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