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Bandwidth Problem?



yesterday is one of my worst day in my life due the huge bandwidth my hosting provider suspended my site for 24 hours. i figured the exact thing which takes huge bandwidth. its an error in the plugin which takes this much bandwidth 2.4gb. but i cannot find the solution for it. while this is my problem i should go out of the town for immediate work. it takes even a week. if you find the exact solution can you tell me so i can check it out…

if it go like this my site will be online just for 10 days only..

stats:

Unique visitors Number of visits Pages Hits     Bandwidth
Traffic viewed *   85               88 4                       99       3630     24.03 MB
(279.57 KB/Visit)
Traffic not viewed *                                                64194  64203 2441.07 MB

Here the traffic not viewed by visitors which takes 2.5 gb nearly. this is mainly because of this plugin wp-content/plugins/commentluv/include/tip.php. i don’t know what went wrong. i surf through the net and saw about robot.txt whether it will help me?

URL (1760)                                                                                Error Hits    Referers
wp-content/plugins/commentluv/include/tip.php                       677496

Solar Eclipse will be visible worldwide on Jan 26th 2009

The solar eclipse will be visible across the world on January 26. The Solar Eclipse will begin at 10.26 am and ends at 4.30 pm on Monday passing through various stages. At its greatest phase, the eclipse will be 92.9 per cent and last for 7.51 minutes.

On Jan 26 th, Monday, as India is celebrating its Republic day some parts of the country will be witnessing partial phase of annular solar eclipse, the first in the year. The first city that would begin to witness the Solar eclipse is Kanyakumari at 2.08 pm and the last city is Port Blair to witness the solar eclipse at 2.17 pm and will continue to witness till its end at 4.25 pm.

The annular eclipse occurs when the sun and moon are exactly inline but the apparent size of the moon is smaller than that of the sun. Hence the sun appears as a very bright ring or annulus surrounding the outline of the Moon.