Author Archives: garf
Yes, the server move is complete. The new server is fantastic. And we have a new server configurator, which will make the job of managing all the projects on the DEOSS community server much easier and safer. Now, we know … Continue reading
In a nutshell, we have to move out of our existing server, that currently resides in a secure data centre in Manchester, and move into a new server, located in York. This was not my idea, I hasten to add. … Continue reading
A small but annoying bug was reported over Christmas by Android users, where pictures were not showing properly on web pages served by The DEOSS Community Server. The odd thing was it only affected some browsers. Users with Firefox for … Continue reading
All the WordPress-based sites here on the DEOSS Community Server have just been upgraded to version 3.8. The upgrade appears to have gone very smoothly and there was no downtime on any of the affected sites.
Firstly, Merry Christmas. It seems to come round faster every year doesn’t it! Now, I must apologise for the lack of recent blog updates. Actually quite lot has happened on the DEOSS Community Server lately and it has been hard … Continue reading
Good news is that DEOSS is now back on line and running reasonably well. However, I don’t anticipate that the bad guys will be giving up anytime soon. Consequently, I have been forced to impose some very tight security restrictions … Continue reading
At around 13:30UTC today I received a mail for a customer saying that he could not access this site. Naturally I got on the case straight away. My investigations found that his site was actually accessible, but only after waiting … Continue reading
A large round of server upgrades were undertaken between 2013-01-31 and 2013-02-01. These have now been completed successfully. There were no major issues and no server downtime. As usual, the entire DEOSS Community Server is now being mirrored to an … Continue reading
A number of software upgrades on the DEOSS community server are currently underway. Most of these are fairly routine and we do not anticipate any downtime.