Many documents and all interactive features are still unavailable.
O/T but has another satelite gone tits up?
Other sources show no such drop.
In the meantime, sit back and watch some Science Guy (ROFLMAO). This guy just can’t get any dumber.
Which URL are you using?
This one works for me:
They were down for a week or so but have been working for a while.
Maybe what you are seeing is a cached version?
Interactive content is not working, like I mentioned in the post.
Sorry, I took your headline, that the website was down, too literally.
I can tell you that it does not take a month to fix a technical problem with a server.Not only that they can just try another server if the current one not getting it fixed within 3 days time as it would be the case 99.99% of the time.
I think GISS is deliberately blocking the access and hoping we are too dumb to fall for their excuses.
We operate within 5-9’s … that is .. 99.999990% up-time. This is standard industry practice for any high visibility or mission critical system.
Five nines is 99.999% up time, which allows 8 hours 45 minutes per year of unscheduled downtime.
Seven nines would allow just a smidge over 5 minutes of downtime per year.
I agree sunset, the “technical problems with the GISS webserver” for a month now does seem a little disingenuous. If they were a private for-profit business, they’d be out-of-business by now. There is no excuse for it taking this long to fix whatever technical problem existed.
Also, I noticed that prior to it going down, when you accessed the station data in table form, the data only went to 2006 or 2007.
Can’t find anyone at GISS with the technical knowledge to repair the fault.
It takes time to alter the data.
or accidentally erase inconvenient data.
All the publications seem to be behind a paywall too. They used to bge accessible on line.
Climate At A Glace seems late this month.
Maybe they’re snowed under at work?
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