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Old 05-31-2014, 03:57 PM   #1
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I get that periodic updates are necessary - how long do they typically last?

I tried using FIRECalc today (5/31) and got a message "Service Unavailable"...been like that all day.
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Old 05-31-2014, 11:14 PM   #4
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Sorry about the issues. Dory (FIRECalc founder) and I are working to get the site back online. He edited a file last week and it appears an article in the WSJ might have swamped the server. Hopefully we will have it back up shortly.

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Yeah, I just noticed firecalc.com is down and found this post.
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Sorry about the issues. Dory (FIRECalc founder) and I are working to get the site back online. He edited a file last week and it appears an article in the WSJ might have swamped the server. Hopefully we will have it back up shortly.

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Andy,
Much thanks for all that you do.

I too saw that article, but had been FireCalc user before then.

I had some updates I wanted to run thru to see the 'what if' results.

So, thank you.

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