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Hardware failure and upgrade to 8.3-STABLE

[by sven @ Fri May 18 15:02 CEST 2012]

On Sunday May 13 freegw went down because of a hardware failure. The HP Vectra VL400 box has been replaced by a HP Vectra VLi8 with almost the same specifications, only just a little less processing power and a slower ATA controller.

I just had to move the hard drive, network adapter and memory from the old to the 'new' box. The system booted without any errors and freegw was up and running again.

I also took this opportunity to upgrade the system to 8.3-STABLE.


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