Aug 22nd Rack switch failure [UPDATE: 23:02 -- RESOLVED]

One top of the rack switch has failed causing several dozen servers to be down at the moment.Staff is en route to datacenter. ETA for full resolution 3hours.UPDATE 23:02 - Resolved, all servers back online. A Rittal PDU had failed. This is a known issue with this model of PDU, their fusing over time simply fails and cannot be reset anymore. ... Read More »

Aug 21st Big power outage in Helsinki [UPDATE 12:48 - RESOLVED]

There's been a big power outage in the whole Helsinki area energy grid.This has caused several backend infrastructure servers and production servers to go down and into "halted" state where not even remote management responds.Staff en route to datacenter.Update 10:38 - Some of the infrastructure servers brought back online -- getting servers hard ... Read More »

Jun 15th Bandwidth upgrades

As part of the removing the faulty aggregation switch many top of the rack switches got also doubled bandwidth as part of the replacement, and were already planned.Multiple racks got uplinks doubled today.We do not expect to see a dramatic difference in total bandwidth utilization, but on some rare cases this might stabilize throughput speeds for ... Read More »

Jun 14th One aggregation switch is having issues

Mysteriously link aggregation from that old aggregation switch stopped working, despite media functional.This aggregation switch was already planned to be removed regardless, and only a few next tier switches were still behind this aggregation layer.Intervention is scheduled for tomorrow, and expected to be fixed within 24hours.In the meantime, ... Read More »

Jun 13th One 10G Segment switch down

One of the switches for 10G servers is down, intervention is being scheduled to get it back to working order.This is a new type of crash, it still responds just enough not to trigger typical test alerts, monitoring still shows it as being online. But alas it does not respond to management and servers under it does not respond. Well the servers ... Read More »

May 19th Value1000: Terrific Value For Chia Plot Storage

Value1000 Series Can Be Very Good Value For Chia Plot StorageValue1000 L is 8TB at 16.99€ a month, with 2+ year discount of 15% this already drops to 14.44€/Month or ~1.81€/TB/Month. Add to that bonus disk storage you may get for service lifetime or euros paid: http://wiki.pulsedmedia.com/index.php/Pulsed_Media_Free_Bonus_Disk_Policyand ... Read More »

May 13th Storage servers & Storage CS2100 Availability: Still under 4 weeks

We have sold a lot of storage servers over the past few weeks.We still have availability for the CS2100 96TB in less than the normal 4 week delivery schedule for the time being.Please contact sales if you want one.We still might even be able to fullfill the 12x16TB / 192TB CS2100 orders at current pricing for 6+ month prepaid orders.Ask sales if ... Read More »

May 7th Seedboxes as Chia farm storage -- Chia plotter servers coming

Some of our customers are using our seedboxes successfully as Chia farm storage targets.This is quite simple to do, simply use SSHFS to mount the seedbox.Have one mount for harvester, another for moving data. This dual connection ensures that while filling up the seedbox with your Chia plots harvester has unhindered fast access to the plots.Chia ... Read More »

Apr 18th ERR_TOO_MANY_RETRIES: Chrome & Opera login issues caused by LastPass extension

It turns out that with latest updates this issue is caused by LastPass extension / plugin.

Disabling this plugin will stop this error from happening.
You might also want to report this to LastPass so they can fix the bug.

There are alternatives as well, such as Keepass which stores everything locally, but does not tightly integrate into browser.

Apr 10th Access Issues? Don't use chrome

Chrome's latest update has brought somekind of issue within the browser itself.If you are having access issues 'This site can't be reached" with error code "ERR_TOO_MANY_RETRIES" and using Chrome, then try any other browser.We are not sure what causes this, but it looks clearly like a Chrome bug -- and hopefully they solve that issue shortly. Read More »

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