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Webserver's back up

  • 26th Mar, 2005 at 6:43 PM

For the longest time, my webserver has been down, and it's only now that I've been able to come back home to look at it.

So last night, I plugged in the monitor and took a look at it. Oh goodie, kernel panic.

A reboot and a dist-upgrade later results in a reasonably happy machine. So no worries until the next time it keels over. But by then, I hope to have its replacement done. The poor thing is a dual Pentium Pro 200 with 64 MiB of RAM. It should be put out to pasture, I think.


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peaceful_dragon
27th Mar, 2005 22:09 (UTC)
Wow, I think that's the first time I've ever seen anybody actually use binary prefixes.

Even in my line of work (processor design), in which bits and bytes are a fundamental part of everyday life, nobody uses binary prefixes.

Except for me that is. Everybody always look at me strangely when I write Ki, Mi, Gi, etc. It's even worse when I say "kibibyte", "mebibyte", etc. :)
andukar
28th Mar, 2005 07:07 (UTC)
Down again? ;)
sfllaw
28th Mar, 2005 16:05 (UTC)
sfllaw@denmark:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/apache restart
Password:
Sorry, try again.
Password:
Restarting apache.

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