FIXED : BBS Offline – Unplanned (10/03)

The BBS is back online and I fixed the file lock on msg0.dat causing General on DOVE-Net to become unreadable.

Everything is now running off of the networked drive with 500 GB of space, which is great as I can now start tidying up Disque 1 without shit getting real.

Now that the minor details are out of the way, following on from my last update on this topic, I present Scott Evans.

proof of concept
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BBS Offline – Unplanned (10/03)

I’ve had to take the BBS offline as there seems to be an issue reading off of a network drive, so I rebooted the machine.

But while I’m here, I’m copying the message base on to the new hard drive from the old network drive. I wasn’t planning to do this, but it seems like a good idea since space on Disque 1 is a bit tight and the message base is in the gigabytes.

The BBS should be down for a good half hour, may be a bit longer.

edit : I found a mega file lock issue, so just saying this could take a lot longer.

proof of work

BBS Maintenance Today

I’m going to take down the BBS this afternoon for a bit of maintenance, moving the data files and rearranging the filing system off the machine it’s hosted on to a network drive.

A new 500 GB SATA disk drive

Hopefully there shouldn’t be too many issues with the data files being off the system, but it’ll make it easier to swap over the system to a virtual box in case anything goes wrong with the Frankenserver currently running the system.

Backend is the New Frontend

I’ve been working questionably not that hard on a few things, mainly getting the images for a few of my managed wordpress sites serving from a cdn and off loading the images on to an S3 compatable service to take the load off of the VPS I’m using.

So far so good.

But the bigger thing is getting back in to using Piwigo for my photos, so I can just cut the connection with Google on that end.

Right now, I have to download everything and sift through it before uploading them to the Photo Dump. When that is likely to happen, I do not know.

lj.gl is Back in Europe

It’s been a while since I wanted to give a Swedish web host, Binero, a try.

Seeing as when I tried to mirror back the site on to DreamHost, I still had the Site Not Found error, I figured why not have a trial run. Since the monthly cost of an account is about 7€ and I’m looking to keep this site relatively secure and sequestered, since all dis data it has, it seemed like a good opportunity.

So I pulled the site off the cPanel account I was keeping it active on, and I brought it over to Binero.

It took a bit of getting used to, since their platform isn’t really what I’ve come across before but it’s interesting how you can decide whether or not you want an account hosted on Linux or Windows without having your entire account on either side of the fence.

This might be useful down the road for me, so we’ll see how this site ticks along.

So far no real issues, the account was set up easily, managed to figure my way around the system and generally it plays well with CloudFlare.

Anyways, in other general news, I managed to painfully update my FatBit. I was a bit perplexed to find a new icon that I now can’t get rid of, thanks hipsters.

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How the crazy be crazy

Via mastodon – LOL my psychotic neighbour, famous for her 3h rows with whatever man she’s with for the night, deemed that the sky bottle was my trash and dumped it in front of my door. Which is cool, because now I have zero fucks calling les flics to handle her shit next time she wants to argue at full volume in the middle of the night.

Incidentally she leaves every shared area in a shit state, so who the fuck she thinks she is, is well beyond the mental gymastics I’m able to perform.