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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Moving the server

From: Mr. Clif
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Moving the server
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2021 09:35:33 -0700
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Howdy all,

The server has been rebuilt and moved to another machine in the same rack. This allows me to do some long needed housecleaning on the old machine. The new has grown from an 32 bit to 64 bit image, has more disk space, and all it's resources are more easily adjustable now.

What would be very helpful is for a bunch of folks to poke around on it and test all the links / features that you remember using on the old server. Fleshing this out now before I shutdown the old machine would be the most helpful. :-) Thanks!

    Happy Flying,

On 3/22/21 1:33 AM, Gautier Hattenberger wrote:

The server hosting the paparazzi wiki have been set and maintain for a long time by Piotr Esden and Felix Ruess, however they are not really involved in this project anymore. So I'm kind of in charge, except I don't know much about server administration an don't even know how this was configured in the first place.

I can see that the server is currently down. Are you still doing the maintenance or is something broken ?



Le 21/03/2021 à 17:37, Mr. Clif a écrit :

as some of you may know, the server has been running happily uninterrupted for over two years. The image is based on Debian Jessie which came out in 2015, is the current oldoldstable release for Debian, and will no longer be supported after the end of June 2022.

Eventually it might be good for someone to think about upgrading good old paparazzi... In the mean time I have gotten a fire lite under me to move all running VMs off this hardware so I can do maintenance on it, so I am just letting you all know that I will need to reboot the site a few times in that process. For one, the disks haven't been checked in over two years. Unfortunately ext filesystems can't be repaired while they are being used.

Anyway, hopefully if I make progress in this effort, some of you who know more about the inner workings of can help test the new instance to see if anything is broken.

    Thanks much,

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