Planned Downtime For Tuesday, September 11, 2007

by Vinaya HS on September 10, 2007

in General Stuff

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This blog’s web host is having a planned downtime and therefore this blog too is having a planned downtime. You won’t be able to access content anywhere from four to eight hours starting 00:30 IST on Tuesday, September 11, 2007.

Here’s the official communication from NearlyFreeSpeech.NET:

We are sending out a special email broadcast to announce that we will be having a planned downtime on Monday, September 10, beginning at around noon, Arizona time (UTC-7). This downtime is expected to last between four and eight hours and will affect all services.

The brief explanation for this downtime is that we are moving our equipment from one datacenter to another, which entails shutting it all off, loading it in a truck, and driving across town.

A lengthier explanation can be found here (worth a read).

If you’ve been on the lookout for an awesome web host, don’t look further than NearlyFreeSpeech.NET. They’re exceptional.




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