History Shall Be Undone.

Because of what’s been going on with our host provider, I am going to be removing the original versions of Neverending Nights and have the site focus primarily on only the 1080p HD versions I am currently remaking. So if you have any interest in downloading the original versions – please head over to the Non HQ Season 1 Page, Non HQ Season 2 Page, Non HQ Season 3 Page, and the Bonus Down Page and download whatever you would like. I will be taking down those videos by the end of this month (so you have two weeks). Once they’re down, I will combine the pages into one – and will make specific videos available on request in a temp location for folks who request them to download them, before purging them off the server again.

Everything is on our Youtube Channel, except for a lot of Bonus Content.  For example:

And all the episodes are also on our Facebook page in the videos section.


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Blessed Be!

The site is back up! Took some fighting and way too many days! But at least the site is back up. I am still in discussion with my original issue that they opened up that I was “abusing” the webspace, because I had too much data on the server. A similar issue happened back in 2011, and I had presented my case then, and they granted the exception. (I don’t even understand what the big deal is, because although I do have 50GB of files, from all the episodes, when I check the bandwidth – I average about 20 to 30GB.

  • October 2016 – 23.8 GB
  • September 2016 – 38.35 GB
  • August 2016 – 25.01 GB
  • July 2016 – 26.11 GB
  • June 2016 – 19.75 GB
  • May 2016 – 22.99 GB
  • April 2016 – 20.19 GB
  • March 2016 – 22.16 GB
  • February 2016 – 11.01 GB
  • January 2016 – 24.16 GB

And before I started doing these HD versions of the episodes? Even less.

  • December 2015 – 10.26 GB
  • November 2015 – 11.44 GB
  • October 2015 – 9.76 GB
  • September 2015 – 9.05 GB
  • August 2015 – 11.04 GB
  • July 2015 – 11.5 GB
  • June 2015 – 11.75 GB
  • May 2015 – 28.15 GB
  • April 2015 – 7.72 GB
  • March 2015 – 31.69 GB
  • February 2015 – 10.81 GB
  • January 2015 – 17.94 GB

Now, I could see if all of my files were being downloaded in massive quantity, that it was ripping up their servers. But that’s not the case. The average HD version of the episodes sits around 500MB (some as low as 200MB, some as high as 600MB – but for the sake of simple math, we will average it to 500MB). That means, for example, in the month of October 2016, 46 people downloaded an episode. That’s it. 46. The series isn’t extremely popular like it used to be. And plus, I have the episodes on Youtube and Facebook as alternatives to reach an audience. I get that there is no such thing as “infinite space” even if that’s what it says (and that is what my account is set up for). But if 58 GB of webspace warrants an “Abuse Ticket” then something is seriously wrong. I could see if I had like 580GB of data on there. Sure. But 58 GB?

Anyway. We will see where this goes next.


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Still fighting with the host (Arvixe).

Unless they do something DRASTIC to turn this experience around – As of right now, I’d never recommend Arvixe to anyone – ever again. They put a halt on the site’s upload, because there was too much there – even though I have “unlimited space.” So I am not sure what the problem was. They opened a ticket and demanded a response within 48 hours. I gave them one – the very same day, which was polite, and pointed out a similar issue happened back in 2011 (and I was smart enough to keep that whole transaction). Day goes by; nothing. I chat in to support. They promise to “up the urgency.” Next day, nothing. Chat in, they promise to have “senior techs examine it.” Next day – can you guess? Nothing. Chat in, “Will be handled with urgency.” I can imagine you know what happens next right? Did you guess “Nothing.” If you did, you’re correct. I took to Twitter, and they responded to me on Twitter; but still no word from the Abuse team about even LOOKING into my ticket, let alone resolving it. Now it’s been a week, and still there. So I have been backing up everything in preparation to move to a different host, because this has gone beyond the point of ridiculousness. I even took to Twitter, and while the support answered me there, and promised to have “senior admins examine the issue” – as I said, here we are, a week in and not even a response from the Abuse team.


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