For decades I've been deploying Apache by compiling its source, including all of the modules.
I might change how the server is running, but everything is behaving well.
The smaller SAS drives arrived a week or so ago. I plugged them in, and, sigh, nothing. At first. I did get it worked out.
In probably another folly move, I've ordered another big server.
I've been playing with a few load-balancing, caching, and high-availability servers to sit in front of my web servers. This is in part to allow me a little flexibility in my configuration, as well as to give me some protection from hackers, and just…
The end of April snuck up on me this year, and I missed the launch count-down and everything. But on Sunday I was alerted that a new version of Ubuntu was available for installation.
I recently rearranged my IP addresses after an outage on one of my ISPs.