It seems like I can bring the
php-cgi processes of lighttpd to crash reproducibly when publishing a post in WordPress 🙁
The description of this bug sounds very similar but I don’t even get to see a HTTP 500 error page after the PHP processes stall.
Moving the server is mostly done. We’ll see if we forgot something 😀
No, not me. Not again. At least not yet.
We’ll be moving our external web and mail server to a different (more powerful) physical machine because the current setup is under quite some load. Thanks, f***ing spammers. Ten thousands of spam mails to check every day (and that’s only the amount of mails that passed the first pitfalls on the way to talking to the mail server) is a little be too much for our small server. Hopefully it’s getting better on the upgraded hardware with some tweaking here and there.
Moving will be performed within the next days during night hours in Europe so you might experience some glitches. Apologies in advance for any inconvenience.
Who’s in charge of your SSL stuff? First the certificate for your SMTP servers, now
Oh, and before I forget it: you’re also extending the two-class society [technical and non-technical staff] on campus.
You will be the last person to buy a Chrysler.
This is scary. What else does my computer know about me?