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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 6:38 pm    Post subject: We have moved Reply with quote

After weeks of preparation, we have finally moved the Linux Tutorial to a new server. Previousl,y we were just one of many on a single server. We now have a root-server, so I am hopefully that we no longer have the problems we did, particularly with downtimes. The problems were aggravated by the old web service provider in that their "support" consisted of "we'll look into it" and rarely got back to me. There were also times where their explanation did not match what I was experiencing. They also made changes to the system without informing people, such as disabling features that I paid for and they simply said the package no longer contains that feature! However, the problems that change caused (like backups failing) didn't interest them.

So, to make a long story somewhat shorter, I decided to move to a different service provider. This one comes recommended from both co-workers and the local media, so I have am confident we will reduce the number of problems. In addition, it is a root-server, so I can decided if and when updates are made, which features are installed and so on. On the other hand, that also means I have to do a lot of the work myself, so I might have overlooked something.

Hopefully, the move was done correctly and everything works as before. If not, please let us know and I will try to solve it as quickly as possible.
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