Domain curse: Asian Registry loses entire portfolio on Friday the 13th

Most .kh domains were lost in a database mishap.

Most .kh domains were lost in a database mishap.

The tradition of bad things happening on Friday the 13th continues; a domain registry has lost approximately 185,000 customer domains in a database crash.

Domain Registry, Pyon Pong Ta Ming of Kampuchea, announced today that following a complete and irreversible database loss, they are unable to continue serving its customer base.

“Vely solly! Domain database no mole! All gone, solly!” exclaimed the Registry CEO, Bing Mah Jon Ta.

“No can fix, bad day, most apologize fol ploblem! added the CEO, who announced that he plans to commit suicide over this.

The company’s attempts to restore the database from Excel spreadsheet printouts has been abandoned.

Kampuchea is second only to Vietnam in terms of domain ownership in southeast Asia, with more than 250,000 domain names in existence. The country’s ccTLD is .kh and the database loss represents a huge chunk of its domains, that will now have to be re-allocated on a first come, first served basis.

The CEO has been put on suicide watch, as such incidents in Asia often bring out the worst in people with high ethical standards.

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2 Responses to “Domain curse: Asian Registry loses entire portfolio on Friday the 13th”
  1. RaTHeaD says:

    Triskaidekaphobia is a serious disease and your making light of it casts asparagus on the entire domain industry. on a lighter note tgi fridays has no super specials today so anything i might say about the domain industry or business in general is probably obsolete ’cause i don’t get the world and the world doesn’t get me.

  2. DomainGang says:

    RaTHeaD – I would not want to cast asparagus on anyone, the effect can be devastating, and smelly too.

    I miss Bennigan’s and I have a hard time adjusting to substitutes such as TGI Fridays, is there a name for this type of phobia?

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