[MAINT] GnuCash services planned downtime around Feb 17-18

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Feb 18 14:13:37 EST 2010

In case you haven't noticed, the server is back online.  It came back
around 2am last night after working with some routing issues locally.

I'm sorry I didn't send this out immediately; I was tired!

Thank you for your patience.


Derek Atkins <warlord at MIT.EDU> writes:

> Update and Reminder:  This planned outage will happen this WEDNESDAY,
> February 17, starting around 8am US/EST.  Hopefully the systems will be
> back online within about 12 hours, but that all depends on the network
> move going well, too.
> I'll update the website and send out email prior to the move, and update
> again when services are back online.
> -derek
> Derek Atkins <warlord at MIT.EDU> writes:
>> Hi,
>> I'm planning to move the hardware that runs the GnuCash everything
>> server from its current location in Boston, Massachusetts to a new
>> location in Atlanta, Georgia.  This migration will take place in
>> mid-February.  Expected downtime is about 12 hours but as with all major
>> migrations it could take longer; it could be out for as much as 36
>> hours.
>> This outage will affect all access to SVN, Trac, Wiki, Email, Email
>> Archives, IRC Logs, and the build services.  Web site access
>> (www.gnucash.org) will not be affected.
>> Before the outage I will send out another email, make an announcement on
>> IRC, and place a notification on the website.  I'll send out further
>> announcements once services are back online.
>> Note that the exact date/time of when the services will go down is yet
>> TBD.  The current PLAN is to shutdown around 8am on Wed, Feb 17, but
>> that could change last minute.
>> If you have any questions or concerns please let me know!
>> -derek

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