502 bad gateway

Discussion in 'Computers and Stuff' started by cacher_chick, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. cacher_chick

    cacher_chick Test, Don't Guess!

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    I have been getting this page error repeatedly when browsing the Terry Love forums.
    Is it just me?
  2. Cookie

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    Never got it Cacher.
  3. BobL43

    BobL43 DIY Senior Member

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    Never seen that either; Hi Cookie!
  4. cacher_chick

    cacher_chick Test, Don't Guess!

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    I cleared my browser cache and that seems to have fixed it. Thanks!
  5. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    The server that Terry uses was down today.

    It came back up quick. I don't think browser cache had anything to do with it.
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  7. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    You two need to quit meeting this way. :cool:
  8. BobL43

    BobL43 DIY Senior Member

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    It's strictly Platonic, you troublemaker. :p

    Can you use turbine oil for a bad gateway too?
  9. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    No, A gateway requires KY jelly.:eek:
  10. BobL43

    BobL43 DIY Senior Member

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    Kentucky jelly? lol
  11. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    Anybody still getting bad gateway messages?
    I updated the software last night. It seems a bit faster now. What do you guys think?

    I also found the clearing my cache on the computer helped.
  12. BobL43

    BobL43 DIY Senior Member

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    Terry, I had your site in my IE10 startup tabs. was slowing down Internet Explorer so badly, I removed that tab. I got tired of seeing that spinning wheel go round and round. I'll try it again and let you know. And no, I was not getting bad gateway messages.
  13. leejosepho

    leejosepho DIY scratch-pad engineer

    Things seem a bit smoother today, and I commend your fine attention!
  14. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    That may have been because Google has been having a problem lately.

    A Google link on the page was taking forever to load and timeout.

    All sites that use Google were affected, and Google Search was hosed also.

    The kids are out of school and have more time to Hack, is my suspicion on a lot of the web problems recently.

    Don't look for the internet to speed up anytime soon. It has been oversold to a bunch of Video Streaming addicts.


    Your site is nice Terry, Thank You.
  15. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    No Gateway problems, just Google problems.

    I see that the Formatting changed a little, to shorter line length.

    I use http://www.terrylove.com/forums/search.php?do=getdaily a lot when I visit.

    Could you make it have more history pages, Go back a bit further ? 3 or 4 pages would be nice. Now I have 1 page. (Limit to pages instead of time ?, or make time longer for recent history, weekly ?)

    I miss some newer post, because they fall of of the list, before I see them.

    Just a suggestion, so users don't think they are being ignored.

    Maybe you have a link, but weekly or every 2 days did not seem to be a option for me to use.


    Maybe I should stay on more, but I spend to much time on the internet now.


    Have Fun.
  16. Terry

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    I notice this morning that Microsoft downloaded and installed about eleven "important" updates yesterday.
    I assume patches for much of those reasons. It's amazing that we have to keep "fixing" our computers. It's like the kid in school grabbing the pencil from your desk all the time or taking your milk at lunch.
  17. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    Not on my machines, Auto updates is the first thing that I turn Off.

    I did see that my browser is out of date now.

    They are forcing a update that will not be so good.

    More work for me. I like Money.

    I did notice I have some older post now.

    This one just popped up,

    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/showthread.php?27016-Thermostat-Problem


    And my edit window keeps getting smaller.


    Terry, did you get the wires crossed.


    If so, that is cool.
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2013
  18. Terry

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    I haven't changed anything today.
    I don't know how to change the number of posts it reads down. I think it's too short too.
  19. DonL

    DonL Out of the Trades

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    Just need a way to get your site more traffic.

    You have a good site, if more people would use it, that would fix the problem.


    Put some Goodies in the PHP code, that will take you to the top...
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    Microsoft is so rude! even though I have MY pc set to alert me when updates are available, the updates occur; not only do they just occur, but when they are important updates (according to Microsoft), my PC tells me it is going to reboot in 15 minutes or whatever to give me time to save my work first. No way to stop it, even in the task manager as far as I can see. This is with Win8 and IE10 that came with my newest PC. Very rude, very rude!:mad:

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