[BALUG-Admin] "done"*: disruptions to some (mostly non-production) BALUG services

Michael Paoli Michael.Paoli@cal.berkeley.edu
Sat Mar 22 18:10:34 PDT 2014

And this has essentially* been completed as of 2014-03-22T17:59:10-0700.
*all the data migrations, etc. completed, and as long as one isn't
accessing direct via IP address or one very obscure non-canonical DNS
name, all should be working and fine and available again as per "normal".
I'm also happy to report that the host is again in a much higher
availability location and with very good bandwidth.  Thanks again to
Jim Stockford for securing the location for us.

> From: "Michael Paoli" <Michael.Paoli@cal.berkeley.edu>
> Subject: disruptions to some (mostly non-production) BALUG services
> Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2014 17:38:36 -0700

> And, back we go again - starting NOW.
> For the most part, if you're not making changes or using a long-running
> connection (e.g. ssh session), you probably won't notice.  If you do
> make changes, those CHANGES MAY NOT BE MIGRATED, effective NOW, until
> the migration is completed.  I'm guestimating that will be less than or
> approximately one hour's time total.  I'll update notification when the
> migration is completed.
> This WILL NOT impact:
> www.balug.org
> balug.org (itself)
> BALUG's lists
> It WILL impact:
> many non-production services and some ancillary production services,
> e.g.:
> archive.balug.org www.archive.balug.org
> wiki.balug.org www.wiki.balug.org
> secure.balug.org
> Technical details:
> If it's on it will be impacted (IP will change).
> rsync ... reconfigure & boot target ... DNS

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