Monthly Archives: January 2009

CPU Time Limits

Blinkenshell has for a long time employed CPU time limits via ulimit. The limit is currently set so that no process can use more than 60 minutes of CPU time, or it will be killed. This is ofcourse to stop … Continue reading

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New SSL Certificate for HTTPS

I’ve updated the SSL certificate for Blinkenshell today. Before, HTTPS was only available for webmail and phpmyadmin, but now the main wiki is also available via HTTPS. I recommend using the HTTPS version of the site if you want to … Continue reading

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Kernel upgrade

The kernel upgrade earlier today worked out pretty well, better than expected I have to say. So far things seems to be working very well. Bitlbeed now listens on (titan) instead of which was not really planned, and … Continue reading

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Kernel upgrade (and autostart-setup)

I’m going to make an attempt at upgrading the kernel on the server from 2.6.22 to 2.6.27 tomorrow, 8 January 2009. I’m going to start at about 12 CET. Hopefully it won’t take too long, but I suspect there might … Continue reading

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