Ok post is finally up, been a really hectic week as Daicon 2009 approaches around the corner. Planned to have this posted yesterday night as the new DNS are being propagated/done propagating, not to mention following up a mega-update regarding Daicon as the weekend gets closer by jcdish.
Continue reading “Death Meets Moe hailing from new server”
As you guys can see from the post title, Death Meets Moe is finally moving the Server to paid hosting. During the migration starting now until the weekend, you may experience 1-2 days (max) of downtime, and the entire migration should be complete by this weekend first week of July, just a week before Daicon 2009. I’ll keep this short as I’m trying to make sure this posts makes it before end of June and I would actually maintain 3 posts/month and not slipping any lower than that >_<
Continue reading “Server moving, appreciation to Aphexdk”
Some updates on what happened previously with the 2ish days outage, started somewhere around 4th of May. To put it simply, server went down. Cause was still unknown at the moment though my friend is suspecting HDD going bad. Rest assured things are backed up and restoration shouldn’t be a problem should a HDD death occur.
Continue reading “Server downtime, belated welcome to JCdish”
Due to some error from my ISP, my Internet connection was down from friday afternoon (local time, GMT+1) until I could get a hold of their support this morning. Apparently they had done something to their DHCP server, so some customers weren’t able to renew the IP lease. I have static IP, but it still has to verify every two days which it couldn’t, so it assigned a null address and all connectivity was lost.
Continue reading “Server is back up!”
Recently there has been quite frequent drops of connection to my server due to a poor quality router provided by my ISP. Today I got a call back from one of their technicians who told me that if I wanted to attach my own router, they would reload my connection to allow it to access their systems.
Well, it worked instantly and the connection was faster and more responsive than ever, but it caused my IP address to change so the DNS had to be changed, causing a bit of delay for this site to be available. I pointed ports to my new server and had to leave for work. Sadly I was in too much of a hurry as I failed to notice the ports were also routed to my old server, so some of you may have gotten a weird login page.
Anyway, quick fix once I got home and all runs smoothly and this router is rock solid and doesn’t crash every day 🙂 Hope it gives a better experience on this site.