DreamHost: Upgrading 150 shared web hosting servers to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise – October 5th, 8PM – 1AM PDT (RESOLVED)

We’re continuing our roll-out of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise to an additional 150 web servers this Sunday, October 5th. As we’d like to get all of our customers over to this new OS, we’re planning on running these upgrades in larger batches. While the total estimated maintenance is 5 hours, we expect actual downtime due to the upgrade to be around 30 minutes. A large part of the maintenance window will be spent testing all of the servers post-upgrade to ensure everything is in order.

As the Ubuntu image will not support PHP5.2, anyone who still has this version of PHP selected in the panel will be migrated to a Debian server before these web servers are upgraded, and will still have until the November deadline to upgrade to a more recent version of PHP.

While this upgrade process is expected to go smoothly, there are some things you can do to reduce the chances of additional service interruption. Customers running  Ruby or Python applications should ensure that they are not linking to static versions of any required libraries, as library versions will change. Customers running custom PHP.ini setups should ensure they are pointing to PHP5.3 or higher as the PHP5.2 executable will not be present within Ubuntu.

 

Here is the list of web servers to be upgraded. You can check if you’re one of these web servers by clicking the ‘Account Status’ link within the DreamHost panel and looking for ‘web server’:

alexander-hamilton
arthur-middleton
baker
baldwin
baratheon
bedford
benjamin-franklin
benjamin-rush
benjy
bilbo
blout
brooks
buckwell
button-gwinnett
bywater
caesar-rodney
calhoun
caliber
caravan
cargo
carousel
charles-carroll
chattahoochee
chelsted
clinch
cloverleaf
cobweb
colquitt
companion
cowpuncher
craig
crossbow
crown
curbside
daniel-jenifer
dawson
dekalb
driftwood
edward-rutledge
elbridge-gerry
falcon
fenchurch
fireside
flying
fog
forward
francis-hopkinson
francis-lewis
francis-lightfoot-lee
gag-halfrunt
george-clymer
george-read
george-walton
gilmer
gouverneur-morris
hactar
halfback
handshake
harris
headlight
hedgehog
holly
huntsman
irwin
james-madison-jr
james-smith
jared-ingersoll
jasper
jeltz
john-blair
john-dickinson
john-hancock
john-langdon
john-morton
john-penn
john-witherspoon
jonathan-dayton
joseph-hewes
lamar
laurens
lewis-morris
lightfoot
lintilla
lizard
majikthise
maximillian
oglethorpe
oolon-colluphid
pacemaker
pass
pavillion
pincushion
prak
principal
rainbow
rappahannock
redfern
reliant
rhyme
ribbon
richard-bassett
richard-henry-lee
richard-stockton
ridgeline
ringside
robert-treat-paine
rockdale
roger-sherman
roosta
rufus-king
samuel-huntington
sandstone
saturn
scorecard
searchlight
shared-with-ssds
sheepskin
shotgun
slartibartfast
snowbank
strawberry
sundance
supervisor
thomas-jefferson
thomas-lynch-jr
thomas-mckean
thomas-mifflin
thomas-stone
tiller
timberwolf
tower
tranquility
troup
upson
vroomfondel
webster
wheeler
william-blount
william-ellery
william-few
william-hooper
william-livingston
william-samuel
william-williams
windstone
wowbagger
yooden-vranx
zarniwoop
zarquon
zem

 

If you have any concerns leading up to the upgrade, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team. They’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
While the upgrade is ongoing, we’ll keep this post up-to-date with new information as it becomes available. If you’d like to know more about the benefits resulting from our switch to Ubuntu, please read this post.

Update October 6th, 2014: 1:23AM PDT: All web servers are back online other than the ‘vroomfondel’ web server which is being restored to Debian due to latent hardware issues.  Baratheon, vroomfondel and zem will not be upgraded tonight.

Update October 6th, 2014: 1:00AM PDT: All web servers are now back online other than the ‘cloverleaf’ web server, which should be complete in about 5 minutes. The following servers were not upgraded tonight:

baratheon

vroomfondel

zem

Update October 6th, 2014: 12:33AM PDT: All web servers from batch #3 have been back online for some time. Some web servers from batches #1 and #2 have failed initial tests and will not be upgraded. They will be evaluated for future upgrades, or will be offloaded.  This post will be updated with those servers shortly.
Update October 5th, 2014, 11:36PM PDT: All but 12 servers have completed the upgrade to Ubuntu. They are all in the final stage and should be online shortly. The web server ‘zem’ will not be upgraded tonight, as it did not pass initial tests. It’s back online running Debian now, and we’ll look into the cause tomorrow.

Update October 5th, 2014, 10:42PM PDT: The upgrades are nearing completion. At this time we have 6 batch 1 web servers, 11 in batch 2 web servers and 10 batch 3 web servers which have yet to complete.

Update October 5th, 2014, 10:21PM PDT: Sites from all three batches are continuing to come back online at this time. We will update this post when everything has completed.

Update October 5th, 2014, 10:07PM PDT: The third batch of servers has completed the OS installation phase, and is now running final configurations. Web servers from the first and second batch are coming online now.

Update October 5th, 2014, 9:35PM PDT: The third batch of servers has completed the backup phase, and will be beginning the OS installation momentarily. The second batch of web servers is beginning final configurations. Sites from the first batch of web servers are continuing to come online.

Update October 5th, 2014, 9:10PM PDT: The third and final batch of web servers has begun the backup phase. The second batch of web servers is nearing completion of the  OS installation phase. Sites from the first batch of web servers are continuing to come online.

Update October 5th, 2014, 8:48PM PDT: The second batch of web servers is still in the OS installation phase. Sites from the first batch of web servers are now beginning to come online.

Update October 5th, 2014, 8:40PM PDT:  The second batch of web servers have completed the backup phase and will be beginning the OS installation stage. The first batch is nearing completion of the OS installation stage.

Update October 5th, 2014, 8:35PM PDT:  The second batch of web servers has begun the backup phase. The first batch is nearing completion of the OS installation stage.

Update October 5th, 2014, 8:12PM PDT:  The first batch of 52 webservers has completed the backup phase, and is now entering the OS installation stage.

Update October 5th, 2014, 8:04PM PDT: The first batch of 52 web servers is being backed up now. Once this step is complete the servers will reboot into Ubuntu for OS installation. We’ll be spreading the 5 servers which were not upgraded last night amongst the three batches being upgraded tonight. Those are ‘lupine’, ‘fountaingrass’, ‘oak’, ‘sassafrass’, and ‘gunnera’.

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DreamHost: Upgrading 150 shared web hosting servers to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise – October 5th, 8PM – 1AM PDT

We’re continuing our roll-out of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise to an additional 150 web servers this Sunday, October 5th. As we’d like to get all of our customers over to this new OS, we’re planning on running these upgrades in larger batches. While the total estimated maintenance is 5 hours, we expect actual downtime due to the upgrade to be around 30 minutes. A large part of this time will be spent testing all of the servers post-upgrade to ensure everything is in order.

As the Ubuntu image will not support PHP5.2, anyone who still has this version of PHP selected in the panel will be migrated to a Debian server before these web servers are upgraded, and will still have until the November deadline to upgrade to a more recent version of PHP.

While this upgrade process is expected to go smoothly, there are some things you can do to reduce the chances of additional service interruption. Customers running  Ruby or Python applications should ensure that they are not linking to static versions of any required libraries, as library versions will change. Customers running custom PHP.ini setups should ensure they are pointing to PHP5.3 or higher as the PHP5.2 executable will not be present within Ubuntu.

 

Here is the list of web servers to be upgraded. You can check if you’re one of these web servers by clicking the ‘Account Status’ link within the DreamHost panel and looking for ‘web server’:

 

benjamin-rush
benjy
buckwell
caesar-rodney
caravan
chelsted
companion
driftwood
falcon
fenchurch
fireside
francis-lightfoot-lee
george-read
james-madison-jr
james-smith
john-penn
lizard
majikthise
maximillian
oolon-colluphid
pass
pavillion
prak
redfern
ribbon
richard-bassett
richard-henry-lee
richard-stockton
ridgeline
ringside
robert-treat-paine
roger-sherman
roosta
rufus-king
samuel-huntington
shared-with-ssds
shotgun
sundance
supervisor
thomas-jefferson
thomas-lynch-jr
thomas-mifflin
thomas-stone
tower
vroomfondel
william-few
windstone
wowbagger
zarniwoop
zem
alexander-hamilton
baratheon
blout
brooks
bywater
cargo
carousel
daniel-jenifer
edward-rutledge
elbridge-gerry
george-walton
gilmer
hactar
handshake
jared-ingersoll
jasper
john-blair
john-hancock
john-langdon
jonathan-dayton
pincushion
rainbow
reliant
rockdale
sheepskin
snowbank
thomas-mckean
timberwolf
upson
william-hooper
william-livingston
arthur-middleton
bedford
cloverleaf
colquitt
crossbow
curbside
francis-lewis
gag-halfrunt
george-clymer
harris
headlight
hedgehog
holly
huntsman
irwin
jeltz
john-dickinson
john-morton
lightfoot
principal
rhyme
sandstone
scorecard
searchlight
slartibartfast
strawberry
webster
wheeler
william-blount
william-samuel
william-williams
zarquon
baker
benjamin-franklin
bilbo
caliber
charles-carroll
chattahoochee
clinch
crown
fog
gouverneur-morris
joseph-hewes
oglethorpe
rappahannock
saturn
tiller
tranquility
troup
william-ellery
yooden-vranx
baldwin
button-gwinnett
calhoun
cobweb
cowpuncher
craig
dawson
dekalb
flying
forward
francis-hopkinson
halfback
john-witherspoon
lamar
laurens
lewis-morris
lintilla
pacemaker

 

If you have any concerns leading up to the upgrade, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team. They’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
While the upgrade is ongoing, we’ll keep this post up-to-date with new information as it becomes available. If you’d like to know more about the benefits resulting from our switch to Ubuntu, please read this post.

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DreamHost: Upgrading 150 shared web hosting servers to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise – October 4th, 8PM – 1AM PDT (RESOLVED)

We’re continuing our roll-out of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise to an additional 150 web servers this Saturday, October 4th. As we’d like to get all of our customers over to this new OS, we’re planning on running these upgrades in larger batches. While the total estimated maintenance is 5 hours, we expect actual downtime due to the upgrade to be around 30 minutes. A large part of the maintenance window will be spent testing all of the servers post-upgrade to ensure everything is in order.

As the Ubuntu image will not support PHP5.2, anyone who still has this version of PHP selected in the panel will be migrated to a Debian server before these web servers are upgraded, and will still have until the November deadline to upgrade to a more recent version of PHP.

While this upgrade process is expected to go smoothly, there are some things you can do to reduce the chances of additional service interruption. Customers running  Ruby or Python applications should ensure that they are not linking to static versions of any required libraries, as library versions will change. Customers running custom PHP.ini setups should ensure they are pointing to PHP5.3 or higher as the PHP5.2 executable will not be present within Ubuntu.

 

Here is the list of web servers to be upgraded. You can check if you’re one of these web servers by clicking the ‘Account Status’ link within the DreamHost panel and looking for ‘web server’:

 

agapanthus
agba
ajuga
anemone
araucaria
ash
aster
astilbe
ayan
balsa
baptisia
barrenwort
basswood
bergenia
bloodroot
bloodwood
bluestar
boltonia
boxelder
boxwood
brazilwood
bubinga
buckeye
butternut
campion
candytuft
carapa
catmint
cattail
centaurea
chives
clematis
cocobolo
coleus
coneflower
coralbells
corkwood
cottonwood
cucumbertree
cypress
delphinium
dogwood
elm
eucalyptus
evolvulus
fennel
fir
fleabane
foamflower
fountaingrass
foxglove
fuchsia
gaura
gazania
gentian
geranium
goatsbeard
goldenrod
goldenstar
greenheart
grenadilla
gum
gunnera
hackberry
helenium
hellebore
hemlock
hibiscus
honesty
hosta
ipe
iroko
ironwood
jacaranda
kiwi
lantana
lavender
lemongrass
liverleaf
lupine
malva
maple
melon
merbau
mpingo
muscida
navi
nekkar
neshmet
nunki
oak
padauk
palisander
peacock
phad
pleione
procyon
propus
proxima-centauri
pulcherrima
ramin
rasalas
rastaban
redcedar
redheart
rigel
rotanev
ruchba
rukbat
sabik
sadachbia
sadalbari
sadalsuud
sadr
sal
salm
sandalwood
santamaria
sargas
sarin
sassafras
sceptrum
scheddi
schedir
seginus
sham
sheratan
situla
spica
spruce
subra
sulafat
syrma
tabit
talitha-australis
talitha-borealis
tambotie
tarazet
taygeta
teak
tegmen
terebellum
unuk
ushakaron
vindemiatrix
walnut
wasat
wazn
wezen
zuben-el-akrab

If you have any concerns leading up to the upgrade, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team. They’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
While the upgrade is ongoing, we’ll keep this post up-to-date with new information as it becomes available. If you’d like to know more about the benefits resulting from our switch to Ubuntu, please read this post.

Update October 5th, 2014, 12:11AM PDT: The upgrades have successfully completed. The following servers will be re-scheduled as soon as possible:

 

lupine, fountaingrass, oak, sassafrass, and gunnera

Update October 5th, 2014, 12:02AM PDT: The Ubuntu upgrades for tonight have completed. The following servers will be upgraded at a later date:

lupine, fountaingrass, oak, sassafrass, and gunnera

Update October 4th, 2014, 11:52PM PDT: All web server upgrades have completed other than ‘spruce’ which should be done momentarily. We are now testing to ensure everything is running properly.  The following web servers have had their Ubuntu upgrades postponed:

lupine, fountaingrass, oak, sassafrass, and gunnera

Update October 4th, 2014, 11:22PM PDT: Batch #1 & #2 have completed. 5 servers remain from batch #3. After all batches have completed we’ll begin testing to ensure everything is in order.

Update October 4th, 2014, 11:08PM PDT: Batch #1 has completed, and all sites are online. Batch #2 has two servers left to complete which should be done shortly. Batch #3 has 6 servers to go, and will then be complete.

Update October 4th, 2014, 10:37PM PDT: Sites from the third batch are coming back online now. The second batch is complete other than 5 servers and the first batch is all online except for 3 servers.

Update October 4th, 2014, 10:25PM PDT: The third batch has entered the restoration phase. The second batch is complete other than 5 servers, and the first batch has 3 servers to finish.

Update October 4th, 2014, 10:05PM PDT: The third batch has entered the OS installation phase. The second batch is still restoring and most servers from the first batch is now all online other than a few stragglers.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:50PM PDT: The third and final batch of webserver has now started the backup phase. The second batch is now restoring and should be back online shortly. The first batch is now back online other than a couple of stragglers which should be up shortly.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:45PM PDT: The second batch of servers is now running initial configurations. The first batch is 90% back online.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:35PM PDT: Most of the servers from the first batch are now back online. The second batch is still in the OS installation stage.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:15PM PDT: The second batch of servers has finished backing up and is botting into Ubuntu for OS installation. The first batch is completing configurations and should be back online shortly.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:07 PM PDT: The second batch of servers has now begun the backup stage. The first batch is completing configurations and should be back online shortly.

Update October 4th, 2014, 9:00 PM PDT: The first 50 web servers have completed OS installation and initial configurations are now running.

Update October 4th, 2014, 8:30 PM PDT: The first 50 web servers have finished backing up, and are now booting into Ubuntu for OS installation.

Update October 4th, 2014, 8:08 PM PDT: We are now beginning the upgrade to Ubuntu. We’ll be running these upgrades in 3 separate batches 50 machines. This stage consists of backing up all existing configurations and data.

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DreamHost: Upgrading 150 shared web hosting servers to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise – October 4th, 8PM – 1AM PDT

We’re continuing our roll-out of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise to an additional 150 web servers this Saturday, October 4th. As we’d like to get all of our customers over to this new OS, we’re planning on running these upgrades in larger batches. While the total estimated maintenance is 5 hours, we expect actual downtime due to the upgrade to be around 30 minutes. A large part of this time will be spent testing all of the servers post-upgrade to ensure everything is in order.

As the Ubuntu image will not support PHP5.2, anyone who still has this version of PHP selected in the panel will be migrated to a Debian server before these web servers are upgraded, and will still have until the November deadline to upgrade to a more recent version of PHP.

While this upgrade process is expected to go smoothly, there are some things you can do to reduce the chances of additional service interruption. Customers running  Ruby or Python applications should ensure that they are not linking to static versions of any required libraries, as library versions will change. Customers running custom PHP.ini setups should ensure they are pointing to PHP5.3 or higher as the PHP5.2 executable will not be present within Ubuntu.

 

Here is the list of web servers to be upgraded. You can check if you’re one of these web servers by clicking the ‘Account Status’ link within the DreamHost panel and looking for ‘web server’:

 

delphinium
ayan
bergenia
bloodroot
bubinga
butternut
coralbells
evolvulus
foxglove
anemone
astilbe
candytuft
chives
coleus
gentian
greenheart
grenadilla
iroko
jacaranda
malva
pulcherrima
sal
sham
talitha-australis
taygeta
unuk
zuben-el-akrab
agapanthus
baptisia
basswood
buckeye
cottonwood
elm
eucalyptus
foamflower
gaura
gum
muscida
phad
rastaban
redcedar
redheart
rukbat
sadalsuud
tambotie
teak
ushakaron
wazn
ajuga
boxelder
campion
cattail
cucumbertree
fir
lemongrass
maple
nekkar
sadr
sceptrum
situla
sulafat
tegmen
walnut
araucaria
bluestar
boxwood
clematis
geranium
hosta
ipe
padauk
pleione
propus
ramin
rasalas
ruchba
sadalbari
sandalwood
sarin
subra
vindemiatrix
wasat
bloodwood
boltonia
centaurea
cocobolo
corkwood
fennel
fleabane
gazania
goldenstar
hemlock
hibiscus
lantana
lupine
rotanev
sargas
sheratan
spica
syrma
balsa
barrenwort
coneflower
fountaingrass
hackberry
hellebore
lavender
merbau
mpingo
navi
santamaria
talitha-borealis
carapa
goatsbeard
melon
proxima-centauri
rigel
sadachbia
scheddi
schedir
tabit
aster
dogwood
helenium
honesty
palisander
salm
agba
brazilwood
seginus
spruce
ash
cypress
ironwood
kiwi
nunki
sabik
terebellum
fuchsia
oak
procyon
catmint
neshmet
peacock
wezen
sassafras
tarazet
goldenrod
gunnera
liverleaf

If you have any concerns leading up to the upgrade, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team. They’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
While the upgrade is ongoing, we’ll keep this post up-to-date with new information as it becomes available. If you’d like to know more about the benefits resulting from our switch to Ubuntu, please read this post.

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HostExcellence: CP 9 – 14 Urgent System Maintenance – Resolved

Due to the possibility of degraded communication between virtual machines and the storage network, our system administrators will be performing urgent system maintenance within the virtual environments that CP9 -CP14 servers reside on. Administrators are performing this maintenance with the utmost care to prevent downtime to any customer facing servers but some servers may require a reboot and file system check during this process.

We will be providing updates on a server by server basis as they go under maintenance and as maintenance is completed.

Please feel free to contact support via live chat or phone should there be any concerns or questions regarding the maintenance.

List of servers to be worked on by our administrators will be as follows:

WEB1001 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1009 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1007 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1011 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1003 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1012 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1021 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1004 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1013 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1002 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1009 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1011 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1015 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1001 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1018 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1409 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1406 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1407 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1421 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1405 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1420 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1409 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1416 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1423 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1422 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1416 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1029 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1014 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1010 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1018 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1012 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1014 – Maintenance Completed
PGSQL1002 – Maintenance Completed

MYSQL1011 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1028 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1016 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1017 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1014 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1002 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1003 – Maintenance Completed

MAIL1313 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1310 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1309 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1306 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1311 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1317 – Maintenance Completed
DB2.WEBMAIL – Maintenance Completed
WEB1308 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1314 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1305 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1326 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1422 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1417 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1428 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1411 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1408 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1432 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1419 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1424 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1415 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1402 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1413 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1424 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1412 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1403 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1401 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1404 – Maintenance Completed

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HostExcellence: CP 9 – 14 Urgent System Maintenance

Due to the possibility of degraded communication between virtual machines and the storage network, our system administrators will be performing urgent system maintenance within the virtual environments that CP9 -CP14 servers reside on. Administrators are performing this maintenance with the utmost care to prevent downtime to any customer facing servers but some servers may require a reboot and file system check during this process.

We will be providing updates on a server by server basis as they go under maintenance and as maintenance is completed.

Please feel free to contact support via live chat or phone should there be any concerns or questions regarding the maintenance.

List of servers to be worked on by our administrators will be as follows:

WEB1004 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1013 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1002 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1009 – Under Maintenance
WEB1011 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1015 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1001 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1018 – Under Maintenance

WEB1409 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1406 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1407 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1421 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1405 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1420 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1409 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1416 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1423 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1422 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1416 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1029 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1014 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1010 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1018 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1012 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1014 – Maintenance Completed
PGSQL1002 – Maintenance Completed

MYSQL1011 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1028 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1016 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1017 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1014 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1002 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1003 – Maintenance Completed

MAIL1313 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1310 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1309 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1306 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1311 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1317 – Maintenance Completed
DB2.WEBMAIL – Maintenance Completed
WEB1308 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1314 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1305 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1326 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1422 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1417 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1428 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1411 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1408 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1432 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1419 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1424 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1415 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1402 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1413 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1424 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1412 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1403 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1401 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1404 – Maintenance Completed

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ixwebhosting: CP 9 – 14 System Maintenance – Resolved

Due to the possibility of degraded communication between virtual machines and the storage network, our system administrators will be performing urgent system maintenance within the virtual environments that CP9 -CP14 servers reside on. Administrators are performing this maintenance with the utmost care to prevent downtime to any customer facing servers but some servers may require a reboot and file system check during this process.

We will be providing updates on a server by server basis as they go under maintenance and as maintenance is completed.

Please feel free to contact support via live chat or phone should there be any concerns or questions regarding the maintenance.

List of servers to be worked on by our administrators will be as follows:

WEB1001 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1009 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1007 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1011 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1003 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1012 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1021 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1004 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1013 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1002 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1009 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1011 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1015 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1001 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1018 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1409 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1406 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1407 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1421 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1405 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1420 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1409 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1416 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1423 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1422 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1416 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1029 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1014 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1010 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1018 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1012 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1014 – Maintenance Completed
PGSQL1002 – Maintenance Completed

MYSQL1011 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1028 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1016 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1017 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1014 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1002 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1003 – Maintenance Completed

MAIL1313 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1310 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1309 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1306 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1311 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1317 – Maintenance Completed
DB2.WEBMAIL – Maintenance Completed
WEB1308 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1314 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1305 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1326 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1422 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1417 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1428 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1411 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1408 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1432 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1419 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1424 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1415 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1402 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1413 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1424 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1412 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1403 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1401 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1404 – Maintenance Completed

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WebHostsStatus.com info on ixwebhosting

ixwebhosting: CP 9 – 14 System Maintenance

Due to the possibility of degraded communication between virtual machines and the storage network, our system administrators will be performing urgent system maintenance within the virtual environments that CP9 -CP14 servers reside on. Administrators are performing this maintenance with the utmost care to prevent downtime to any customer facing servers but some servers may require a reboot and file system check during this process.

We will be providing updates on a server by server basis as they go under maintenance and as maintenance is completed.

Please feel free to contact support via live chat or phone should there be any concerns or questions regarding the maintenance.

List of servers to be worked on by our administrators will be as follows:

WEB1004 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1013 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1002 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1009 – Under Maintenance
WEB1011 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1015 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1001 – Under Maintenance
MAIL1018 – Under Maintenance

WEB1409 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1406 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1407 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1421 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1405 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1420 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1409 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1416 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1423 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1422 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1416 – Maintenance Completed

WEB1029 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1014 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1010 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1018 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1012 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1014 – Maintenance Completed
PGSQL1002 – Maintenance Completed

MYSQL1011 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1028 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1016 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1017 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1014 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1002 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1003 – Maintenance Completed

MAIL1313 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1310 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1309 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1306 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1311 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1317 – Maintenance Completed
DB2.WEBMAIL – Maintenance Completed
WEB1308 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1314 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1305 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1326 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1422 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1417 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1428 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1411 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1408 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1432 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1419 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1424 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1415 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1402 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1413 – Maintenance Completed
MYSQL1424 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1412 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1403 – Maintenance Completed
WEB1401 – Maintenance Completed
MAIL1404 – Maintenance Completed

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HostExcellence: Web520 – Down – Resolved

Our administrators have identified errors with Web520 and is causing the server to be unreachable. We are currently investigating the cause and will update once further information is obtained.

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HostExcellence: Web520 – Down

Our administrators have identified errors with Web520 and is causing the server to be unreachable. We are currently investigating the cause and will update once further information is obtained.

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