Everything is Wrong

In case you are wondering why nothing is working around here, my friends at Hosting Matters moved my server (their choice, not mine) over last weekend, and I only just now realized that this meant I needed to reset all of the cron jobs that make the Ecosystem and other TTLB functions work. (To their credit, they did mention that this might be necessary, although not exactly prominently, in their notification of the change).
However, they’ve also blown away the old server’s cron listing, so I need to go figure out from memory what was running when. And that ain’t going to happen this morning.
Sorry — we’ll be back up and running in a day or so.
Update 7/23 pm: OK, I think I’ve got all the cron jobs re-established. If all goes well, the Ecosystem & all our other goodies should be back up to snuff by tomorrow morning. Stay tuned…
Update 7/24 am: Great. Cron jobs ran, but for some reason, the scan job is running — but not picking up everyone’s links. Sorry folks, but it’ll be another day — my day job calls…
Update 7/25 am: No, it’s not fixed yet. And I can’t debug it, because Hosting Matters has disabled my shell access. Again. We’ll see how long it takes them to re-enable it this time.
Update 7/25 am: Much better this time! My shell access was re-enabled within an hour or so of my entering the ticket. Thanks to the HM support folks for the swift response. Debugging to commence … hell, I don’t know when. It’s a busy few days coming up folks, so bear with me…