Migration from hisoka v3 to hisoka v4 is almost over. We're now waiting for DNS entries to update.
Sorry for the inconvenience, there shouldn't be much breakage anymore.
Best wishes for 2014!
My wish is to get the migration to the new server over before the end of, oh, say, February.
Wouldn't that be nice!
And OVH finally opened their new Kimsufi offer to the rest of Europe, so we now have a brand new Kimsufi PS-7 (Atom™ N2800, 2 cores / 4 threads, 1.86 GHz+, 4 Go RAM, 2x 500 Go HD).
Now starts the migration to the new server (hisoka4) so there will be interruptions in our regular services. Sorry for the inconvenience. Individual users will be contacted before I start shutting off databases and moving websites around.
Today marks the 1000th day of uptime for hisoka. While it says a lot about how badly I need to update the kernel, it also says a lot about the quality of OVH's infrastructure.
There will be a massive system update before the end of the year, but it will require some planning.
In the mean time, happy 1K!
There was a couple hours of downtime yesterday evening (GMT) due to OVH replacing routers in their datacenter.
Apart from all of tigris.fr being unreachable for that time, there was no other consequence. The server is still running smoothly and all should be back to normal now.
Considering the server itself is still drawing closer to 1000 days of uptime and that OVH posted regular and precise updates in the relevant information thread I really can't be mad at them.
― Zach Weinersmith