Life in code, apps and OS's

Maranello.. fully operational!

Posted on: December 5, 2006

The server that we put in on sataurday had a few problems with DNS and the virtual hosts. However after reinstalling the control panel software I found that it was actually my own fault as I was trying to create DNS records which instead of making it all work was infact creating a loop and the server was looping round which was causing access to users websites to fail.

I am now migrating all my websites over to the new server, This is mainly to test that all is working fine and is ready for us to take on customers.

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