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FC6 update looks good
19 January 2007 13:33:24.000
1287 new/updated packages amounting to over 1.2gigs of stuff and it all appears to be working fine.

FC6 Update today
18 January 2007 10:43:18.000
Attempting a FC6 update today. We'll see how many things break. This is the current plan to hopefully not break things,
# clean up just to make sure:
yum clean all
# make sure all my repos were updated including:
rpm -Uhv http://download.fedora.redhat.com/
pub/fedora/linux/core/6/i386/os/Fedora/RPMS/fedora-release-6-4.noarch.rpm http://download.fedora.redhat.com/
# Dependency issues with really old kernels, so clean those out:
yum remove kernel-2.6.15* kernel-devel-2.6.15* kernel-2.6.16* kernel-devel-2.6.16*
# then update just about everything:
yum update

Coldfusion update
03 November 2006 11:31:11.000
I haven't updated but there is an update now available from Adobe that works around the Apache2 Coldfusion connector problem I ran into. ala http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_18572#Apache

Fedora Core 5
17 March 2006 22:17:44.000
Upgraded the webserver to Fedora Core 5 yesterday. Everything still worked except Coldfusion. After rebuilding a modified Apache connector and some httpd.conf tweaks we're back in business. I might post a quick howto on what needed to be done.

Migration Looks Good
01 December 2005 20:35:36.000
Everything that was running on my Windows server is now on my Linux server. Switched my router to point webtraffic to my Linux box this afternoon and everything appears to be running smoothly.

01 December 2005 09:57:58.000
Website is now hosted on a linux box. I've got coldfusion running there, and the database has just been migrated. Quite a few problems with the migration have been resolved and things look stable. Will probably move to production once I do a thorough test.

Router troubles...
28 August 2005 10:47:11.000
My router keeps closing port 80 for some reason. The configuration is correct, even when it has closed port 80 everything reports that it should be open. Reseting the port forwarding settings or doing a soft-reboot of the router seems to get things working again but I'm still at a loss as to what is happening.

Site Outage
23 August 2005 16:03:11.000
If anyone is wondering why the site went down, right before heading to Rochester, MN my router bricked itself. I'm really not sure what happened other then it was working find the night before, and when I woke up it was dead. Anyway, I didn't have time to count miniscule pins and find the correct ones to short in order to bring it back to life until I got back. Things are working better for the moment.

New Router Firmware
15 August 2005 00:42:33.000
There are a few cool things happening behind the scenes. The first one to get itself together and working is open source firmware running on my router. It's a version of busybox linux and I'll be tweaking and refining its configuration over the next few days, but so far it does everything the standard firmware did and more. Hopefully this will make the random lockups I'd been seeing go away. Though with the firmware I had been running they had only been occuring every couple of months.

Improved Yserbius ranking
27 July 2005 21:44:26.000
Well my modifications to help my google ranking appear to have had an effect. Searching for Yserbius now lists me in the eighth place as opposed to the 13th and 14th places. Good enough to move me onto the first page at least.

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