I just had a client's server go down during an upgrade of a bunch of packages with yum. After the upgrade of about 150 packages, I decided to reboot just to make sure it survived. It didn't come back.
Before I could get my clients account info to send you a support ticket, you guys had identified the problem, sent me an SMS to my phone to let me know you were working on the issue. Before I could get my laptop open and connected to ping it, you had the server back up.
I wish I could have given you a clue as to the nature of the problem, but you beat me to it!
|Posted||Wed, 24 Aug 2016 01:49 AM UTC|
|Last Update||Wed, 24 Aug 2016 03:29 AM UTC (46 hours ago)|
Wed, 24 Aug 2016 03:29 AM UTC: The drive has been replaced and arrays are rebuilding normally now. We will continue to monitor this server.
host1390.rimuhosting.com has a disk that is performing poorly. That drive is part of a redundant raid array and is in a hotswap bay so there should be no impact from swapping that out. We are currently locating a spare drive to complete that task.#
|Posted||Wed, 24 Aug 2016 00:01 AM UTC|
|Last Update||Wed, 24 Aug 2016 01:25 AM UTC (48 hours ago)|
Wed, 24 Aug 2016 01:25 AM UTC: The upgrade is completed without incident and VPSs are back online now. We will continue to monitor this server.
host331.rimuhosting.com is reporting some issues that need immediate attention. We are scheduling a reboot for this server, along with a kernel upgrade, at 0100 UTC today (in about an hour).
The work window is for 1 hour, although hopefully it should be much less.#