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Sorry for the delays...

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Sorry for the delays...

Postby TheeMahn » Wed Mar 11, 2015 8:18 pm

I have set this very server up under its own domain / cloud and separate service. We are now rocking 5 servers (actually 6 one you can not see a totally separate hosting company). I do not want this server to go down because I am beta testing err alpha at this level a server building an Operating System for you. I want things to be as easy as clicking a box and tooltip you to understand what it is you request in an Operating System. I rip down and pull up a new animal on frequently when I am ready to put tmosb through tests & typically many users doing it sanctimoniously. It is like a central server when it comes to getting things done, much faster then I have in house (I don't have 20 processors) & what I have is no joke.
Servers you can see

Within 1 hour I learn tons of issues and errors in one clean sweep & adjust code to make things better. I want you to understand why I do the things I do & hence this post. I have set this forum up under Blackwolf's control and ensued root control to BlackWolf.
theemahn@JackHammer:~$ ssh's password:
Welcome to Ultimate Edition 4.2 Minimal Server LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-43-generic x86_64)
Description: Ultimate Edition 4.2 Minimal Server LTS
Ultimate Edition Server detected.

* Statistical information: stats.html

* Realtime Statistics: linux-dash/

* Your website is located at: /var/www/html/

* Documentation:

System information as of Tue Mar 10 21:07:29 EDT 2015

System load: 0.0 Processes: 81
Usage of /: 39.1% of 29.40GB Users logged in: 0
Memory usage: 22% IP address for eth0:
Swap usage: 0%

Servers are not a large concern to me YET!!! Feel free to ask any question that concerns you. I can set a new server up in sub 5 minutes, up to a max of 25 (and can request more). I am not sweating the load. Lets get through this so we can move on to BIGGER AND BETTER things. If you think New york city is the only place I can set up shop, I can mirror around the world. I could say the skys the limits, but that too would be a cloud ;)

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Re: Sorry for the delays...

Postby Gelfling6 » Tue Aug 11, 2015 8:01 am

Well, So-far, Ace (My Toshiba A505 transplanted) is still up & running. Even survived the quantum leap from Precise (12.04) to Trusty (14.04). But, I'm curious, has anyone done a jump up to 15.04 (Utopic)? Yes, I know Ultimate Edition 4.4 is available, but so-far, 3.5 has been pretty stable (give or take a few quirks), and I'm still in the learning stage. (even after 8 years of Linux tinkering.) So-far, I've brought-up 4 laptops, 3 desktops, and all still plugging along. :thapproved
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