However I was able to “save” some of the domain names that were
registered with RegisterFly. What I mean is, I was able to transfer
the domain names to GoDaddy before ICANN took away the status
Parallels Hosting Summit 2008 - Video Interview with Serguei Beloussov
Fri, 30 May 2008 18:40:00 -0500
While we were at Parallels' third annual hosting summit, we not only brought you a look at what some of the exhibitors and attendees thought of the event, but we had the opportunity to sit down with Serguei Beloussov, CEO of Parallels.
This year's record attendance (as has been mentioned numerous times) was certainly something that made this summit stand out, but this particular event was also the first one to be held under the new, more "optimized" Parallels brand. We asked Serguei how he thought it turned out and about his vision for service providers and ISVs.
The beginning of a brand new year is the perfect time to reorganize a web hosting business that needs more marketing projects in order to increase traffic and sales. It is actually the perfect time to look back at one’s performance throughout the year and make a decision on specific areas that would require improvement.
Ubuntu Server Upgrade to 8.04 Hardy Heron
Wed, 30 Apr 2008 17:30:23 +1000
First of all I have to confess that I have been very busy over the last months or two and have not really been motivated to write. I have a few other projects happening at the same time — at work, at home, at church and at my other websites, and I apologise for neglecting this blog. Hopefully I will get back to writing here again. I am also hoping to write shorter pieces — maybe just 2 or 3 paragraphs — so I can make more frequent posts.
Now, something I have been doing over the last couple of days is to upgrade my Ubuntu servers to 8.04 Hardy Heron, which was “officially” released last Thursday. Now it has been almost two months since I wrote my last blog post, which was about switching from Gentoo to Ubuntu, and now most servers/VPSs that I am personally responsible for (except those at work) are running Ubuntu. Hardy Heron is a LTS (Long Term Support) release which I am hoping to build most my apps on for the next 2 weeks. Upgrading to it from previous Ubuntu releases is surprisingly trivial.
# apt-get update
# apt-get upgrade
# apt-get install update-manager-core
blah blah blah]
The first two steps are only there to ensure you already have latest updates for the current release. It’s quite possible that “update-manager-core” has already been installed. “do-release-upgrade” does all the bulky work — checking whether a new release is available, checking how many packages need to be updated, download, unpackage and install all packages + resolving potential conflicts, etc. And at the end it just reboots your server. Wait for a minute and two, connect back in and hopefully you will be running 8.04 Hardy Heron. I was lucky that it worked on all my Ubuntu boxes.
Do note that the upgrading script, which was written in Python, does chew up quite a lot of memory. I have one tiny 64MB (+256MB swap) VPS that almost got killed with OOM. So be prepared, but YMMV.
So far as a server I haven’t experienced with too much differences. PostgreSQL 8.3 was in but Firebird 2.1 wasn’t (although it should be included “soon”). Now, back to more code hacking.
The Planet Launches Virtual Racks
Wed, 07 May 2008 00:00:00 EST
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