UPS, which is supposed to prevent outages, tripped and caused a general power failure. Jaison fixed it. Time for a new one.
Four fiber cuts. Down from 19/Jun/2015:06:55:55 to 19/Jun/2015:18:25:41.
Performed updates but restart will wait for site visit.
Western Grayson is down again this morning. The lightning storm was a couple of days ago. TWR has been notified.
Wireless and fiber customers (including me) experienced an outage Monday night through Tuesday afternoon. That disabled my VOIP phone and my cellphone is unreliable at the farm.
After several updates to Firefox and Chrome, both became slow and streaming impossible. I normally blame this sort of thing on add-ons but in this case, I tried adding Adblock Edge (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/adblock-edge/) to Firefox. Instantly, Firefox started streaming again. I still had one nasty ad at the top of http://rt.com so I right clicked on the add and blocked ||googlesyndication.com^.
Misha and Jaison have done several jobs for me, all of them flawlessly. I highly recommend them.
At the Condo in Fairfax.
Moodle is a platform for creating and taking courses. There are no hundreds if not thousands of free courses on the Internet. One of our customers wanted to offer a course, had experience with Moodle at Atlantic University and asked for my assistance in setting up Moodle on our server. The current version of Moodle would not install cleanly on our previous software platform Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. We recently upgraded to 14.04 (a long story in itself) which made a install of the current version of Moodle feasible.
We needed more IP addresses to monitor key points on our TWR (The Wired Road) network. To get them we had to release the old block and get a new larger one. That required changing hundreds of references which caused considerable discomfort as we waited for the new addresses to propagate through the Internet Domain System. You can "resolve" domain names to IP addresses with "nslookup", "dig" on Mac OS and Linux. "dig" can be download as part of BIND from http://www.isc.org/downloads/.