Cody R.

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    Emergency Maintenance [04/13/2012]

    The FSCK is 75% complete at this time.
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    Emergency Maintenance [04/13/2012]

    The FSCK is 60% complete at this time.
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    Emergency Maintenance [04/13/2012]

    The FSCK is 45% complete at this time.
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    Emergency Maintenance [04/13/2012]

    The FSCK is 25% complete at this time.
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    Emergency Maintenance [04/13/2012]

    The FSCK is 15% complete at this time.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The FSCK is complete and the machine is now online. This concludes this maintenance window.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    We will be updating the kernel on the Hercules VPS node to the latest version between 11:00PM and 1:00AM CDT. The maintenance window is for 2 hours however the estimated downtime is 5 to 10 minutes. Date: 04/10/2012 Start time (CDT): 04/10/2012 11:00PM End time (CDT): 04/10/2012 1:00AM Duration: 2 hours Estimated Down Time: 5-10 minutes
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The FSCK is 70% complete at this time.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The FSCK is 40% complete at this time.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The FSCK is 20% complete at this time.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The FSCK is 10% complete at this time.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Due to filesystem inconsistencies we're forced to run a FSCK on this node. We'll be updating this thread as it progresses. This should complete within the initial maintenance window.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    The maintenance is now starting on this server.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance on this server is now complete.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    We will be updating the kernel on the Marlin VPS node to the latest version between 11:00PM and 1:00AM CDT. The maintenance window is for 2 hours however the estimated downtime is 5 to 10 minutes. Date: 04/10/2012 Start time (CDT): 04/10/2012 11:00PM End time (CDT): 04/10/2012 1:00AM Duration: 2 hours Estimated Down Time: 5-10 minutes
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance is now starting on this server.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance on this server is now complete.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    We will be updating the kernel on the Gladiator VPS node to the latest version between 11:00PM and 1:00AM CDT. The maintenance window is for 2 hours however the estimated downtime is 5 to 10 minutes. Date: 04/10/2012 Start time (CDT): 04/10/2012 11:00PM End time (CDT): 04/10/2012 1:00AM Duration: 2 hours Estimated Down Time: 5-10 minutes
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance is now starting on this server.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance on this server is now complete.
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    We will be updating the kernel on the Raptor VPS node to the latest version between 11:00PM and 1:00AM CDT. The maintenance window is for 2 hours however the estimated downtime is 5 to 10 minutes. Date: 04/10/2012 Start time (CDT): 04/10/2012 11:00PM End time (CDT): 04/10/2012 1:00AM Duration: 2 hours Estimated Down Time: 5-10 minutes
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    Kernel Upgrade [04/10/2012]

    Maintenance is now starting on this server.
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    DomainKeys

    That usually means you're not using our DNS servers. Please submit a ticket so we can verify that's the cause .
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    MySQL 5.5

    Absolutely! Please refer to RHEL site here: https://access.redha...es/backporting/. Please don't hesitate to contact our Support department if you want more information . Cheers!
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    PHP 5.4 Support

    We're happy to announce that all of our servers now have PHP 5.4 support! You can use PHP 5.4 by either using .php54 as an extension for your script or alternatively if you want to run everything with PHP 5.4 follow these steps: 1) Login to cPanel 2) Using the search in the top left search for "Apache Handlers" 3) In the top portion there will be two input boxes. Put the following in each: Handler: application/x-httpd-php54 Extension(s): php Now anything with a .php extension will be ran with PHP 5.4. You can also access the CLI version of PHP 5.4 by using the following binary: /usr/local/php54/bin/php If you come across any issues and or bugs please raise a support ticket.