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16 May 2013

 
Today I am starting the replacement of the news server. It will be going down in a couple minutes and may take a day or two to move all the news data over to the new machine.

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The new server is working fine. However, the AT&T UVerse router is not. Unfortunately they run this service such that you cannot replace a server without a whole lot of hassle including bringing down the entire domain for some time and completely reprogramming the router. This could take hours to get it all back right again.

We are investigating another approach that would possibly eliminate this for future updates, but will still require some downtime for the entire domain. I can't believe that AT&T considers this a "business" solution. I am glad I live in Verizon territory. I don't have to deal with this nonsense for my internet connection.
 
It looks like we need to switch routers and configure a new one. That is likely to take place late this afternoon or early evening. It will require all the servers to be down for awhile. This is a painful process.

We are also investigating switching off UVerse and on to another service.
 
The router replacement is no planned for Wed morning sometime after 4 am PDT.
 
Once again there are more delays. There is some possibility the router switch will occur Tue afternoon between 2 and 4 pm or there about. No guarantees on that though...
 
It might be switched right now - or in a couple minutes. If the connection to LAFN goes down, then the modem is being switched. It may take up to 30 minutes to do the switch. We just don't know as once the cables are moved, then the new modem has to be configured again...

 
We now have the router working and the news server is accessible. News is not yet available and may be a few hours before its usable.
 
News service is back in operation.
 
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