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StapleButter
Posted on 01-27-17 08:57 AM Link | #81125
We're back up!


If you have seen Avengers 2, you know that they put in place a system to move a whole town... same shit here, more or less.

The server migration consisted into moving blargcity out of Trumpistan. If you didn't know, our server was in New York. It's now in Amsterdam. As an added bonus, smoking weed in Kuribo64 is legal now :P

It only took so long because I tried enabling IPv6, but it turned out that the DO-provided network config was incorrect and was causing the network interface to function in IPv6-only mode... for now IPv6 is disabled. I'll look into it later.


Sorry for the big downtime.

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NSMBHD - Kafuka - Jul

what do you use to measure bolts? a boltmeter

Yami
Posted on 01-27-17 02:36 PM Link | #81128
This site no longer works on Chromium, and in QuteBrowser, it hangs on 10% for a long time on each page load, and once passed that, it casually loads a page.
However, pinging this site gives me the updated IP address.

StapleButter
Posted on 01-27-17 02:56 PM Link | #81131
probably DNS crap. there's no reason it'd break under a specific browser, I think.

Ctrl+F5. or wait until it gets better. dunno.

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NSMBHD - Kafuka - Jul

what do you use to measure bolts? a boltmeter

mibts
Posted on 01-28-17 09:30 PM Link | #81144
My time offset from server is still 0:00. :)

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Current hack: Excerpt from Super Mario 256

Any map on a flat torus can be colored with at most 7 colors.

StapleButter
Posted on 01-28-17 10:03 PM Link | #81145
yup, I guess it kept NYC time as its setting.

which is good, because I don't have to go and fix all the timestamps in the DB.

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NSMBHD - Kafuka - Jul

what do you use to measure bolts? a boltmeter

Yami
Posted on 01-31-17 07:23 AM Link | #81170
Well, I just rebooted my router, and the site works like a charm again.


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