Monthly Archives: May 2010
A full manual RSync of DEOSS to a remote server is currently being undertaken. Routine upgrades to our various web applications will then take place over the next 24 hours – after which the server will be Rsync’d again. No … Continue reading
The DEOSS community server was off line between 08:01 & 08:31 this morning. A hard drive in the raid array failed again. As this is the second disk failure within a week, our upstream provider has moved us into a … Continue reading
DEOSS.org’s eGroupware based Groups web application makes a triumphant return! Well perhaps that’s a slight exaggeration. But DEOSS users will be pleased to know that a much improved DEOSS Groups is now up and running. All DEOSS customers are entitled … Continue reading
DEOSS community server has just been manually rsync’d to a remote server following further minor system upgrade.
A couple of additional code libraries have been added for the benefit of owners of Moodle-based sites: php5-xmlrpc php5-curl. This was a painless process resulting in zero downtime.
Overview I have been running various web projects since 1995. Trouble is that over that 15 years , content has become rather muddled and the function of the these various web presences has become blurred and hard to comprehend. The … Continue reading
All the software and web/mail applications on this server have been updated and the entire server rsync’d to a remote backup server. As I said in an earlier post, whilst we have automated backup procedures in place, I feel more … Continue reading
Well, the good news is that the DEOSS community web server is finally back on line. It was taken down at 07:00 UTC this morning so that a faulty hard disk from the server’s RAID array could be replaced. It … Continue reading
The server maintenance detailed in our last bulletin has been postponed until tomorrow 2010-05-11. It is currently scheduled to take place between 07:00-08:00 UTC (08:00-09:00 BST). Hopefully everything will be up and running before most of our users start work. … Continue reading