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MarkJ
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Message 50564 - Posted: 18 Sep 2013, 13:56:27 UTC - in response to Message 50477.

I have not been able to connect to asteroidsathome.net all day. Does anyone have an info?

Apparently there was a power failure. They came back the day after.

Speaking of Asteroids@home, they have a scheduled outage to swap their server over:

New date of server migration is planned on friday 20th. It should start at about 07:30 UTC and supposed needed time is about 6 - 8 hours.

Radim VanĨo (Kyong)

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Message 50599 - Posted: 22 Sep 2013, 4:30:22 UTC - in response to Message 50564.
Last modified: 22 Sep 2013, 4:32:36 UTC

New date of server migration is planned on friday 20th. It should start at about 07:30 UTC and supposed needed time is about 6 - 8 hours.

As of Sunday 22nd Asteroids@home are still off-line. According to their latest Twitter post (dated 20th of Sept) they are likely to be off-line until Monday.

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Message 50600 - Posted: 22 Sep 2013, 11:04:52 UTC

CPDN main project

CPDN BOINC webpages are down and the server doesn't appear to be accepting trickles. At the moment we don't know the reason.

The science website is still available for anyone wanting a good weekend read, but it is separate from the CPDN BOINC pages.

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Message 50608 - Posted: 23 Sep 2013, 9:59:07 UTC - in response to Message 50600.
Last modified: 23 Sep 2013, 10:00:45 UTC

CPDN main project

The CPDN BOINC webpages are back up and trickles are being accepted again.

Jonathan says the 403 access forbidden problem was caused by a failure to mount the project's NFS partitions after an unexpected reboot at 0300 UTC yesterday:

The servers running on our VM infrastructure seem to have rebooted at 4 am BST on 22 Sept.

The main webserver failed to re-mount its NFS partitions, upon which the website resides.

This is now fixed, and I am making investigations.

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Message 50609 - Posted: 23 Sep 2013, 9:59:58 UTC
Last modified: 23 Sep 2013, 10:35:10 UTC

CPDN main project

Jonathan says:

'The servers running on our VM infrastructure seem to have rebooted at 4 am BST on 22 Sept.

The main webserver failed to re-mount its NFS partitions, upon which the website resides. This is now fixed, and I am making investigations.'

Edit: Thyme Lawn posted before me. I wanted to delete this message but can't see how to do this now.

David Ball
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Message 50633 - Posted: 25 Sep 2013, 3:33:50 UTC

Asteroids@Home update

According the most recent post, early on Sep 23, on their twitter account (https://twitter.com/AsteroidsAtHome) the disks were incompatible between the old and new machines so they're transferring the data via RSYNC and making some changes so that the new server can run BOINC as soon as possible.

Currently (Late Tuesday night in the eastern US), The apache server is running but it just says

Not Found

The requested URL /boinc/ was not found on this server.


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Message 50638 - Posted: 25 Sep 2013, 23:13:05 UTC
Last modified: 25 Sep 2013, 23:16:25 UTC

The Pirates server crashed earlier today and Eric hasn't been able to get it back up yet. Emailing Eric isn't helping either, as his email's out. But he has promised me that he'll take a look at it as soon as possible. :-)

Edit: It's back up already.

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