Calendar outage?

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scl1982
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Calendar outage?

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I'm currently having a "Sorry, the requested file does not exist." error message when trying to access the calendar. Is there a general outage?
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scl1982 wrote: Sat Jan 29, 2022 4:25 pm I'm currently having a "Sorry, the requested file does not exist." error message when trying to access the calendar. Is there a general outage?
I am getting the Calendar page but also the "Give us a moment..." error and the page is not loading. I guess the Calendar may be out until someone notices and reboots the server, or whatever it takes. And since it is Saturday . . . [sigh]
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Seems to be working for me, but I did use incognito mode to avoid the dreaded cookie issue.
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lajackson wrote: I am getting the Calendar page but also the "Give us a moment..." error and the page is not loading.
It seems to be working normally again. Temporary outage, not general, I suppose. Here at the Forum we are users who discuss things and have no control at all over the servers and other parts of the website. All we can do is send Feedback through official channels, just the same as anyone else.
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It still seems out for me (I've tried in incognito mode).
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A "New Private Window" (Firefox) works for me. But deleting cookies and cache does nothing to correct the error.
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The Calendar still seems to be working for me. I am using Firefox 96.0.2 (about to upgrade to 96.0.3). I am not using a private window or anything similar.
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Just tried it again following lajackson's post. Deleted cookies and cleared cache. I get a 404 - Error when clicking the Calendar link using the 'normal' method. Tried it also using a "New private window" and it works.
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Also getting the "Sorry, the requested file does not exist." message, this morning in the UK. Same message using Incognito mode in Chrome as well. At the moment it looks like the Calendar doesn't like Chrome at all. :?

However, no issues with Firefox!
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Working fine for me using incognito mode in Chrome. (I didn't try regular mode.)
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