Discussion in 'Virtual Private Server' started by Stephen, Sep 26, 2007.
Alomst all WinVP7 VPSes are up, WinVPS8 is updating now and will be restarted in about 5 minutes
Two more VPSes to launch on WinVPS8 and we are complete for the night.
Maintenance complete, two users have performed windows updates on their VPSes making them go into BSOD loops, we have mailed these users of the issue.
Again as we state in our welcome mails, do NOT perform windows updates on your VPS, it WILL cause massive failure.
OK Starting tonights maintenance with WINVPS9, it will reboot in about 10-15 minutes.
rebooting in 1 min
WinVPS9 is rebooted and all VPSes are up the last two still have services starting
WinVPS10 will be rebooting in 10
WinVPS10 has been rebooted and all but 2 VPSes are up, WinVPS11 will be in about 20 minutes
WinVPS11 is actually not needing a reboot, winVPS10 doesn't have services started fully not continuing to Winvps12 until it is complete
ok every VPS on winvps10 is up now, winvps12 in about 10 minutes
WinVPS12 in 1 min
WinVPS12 is back up, no VPSes started yet, will update when they are all up.
WinVPS12 all up, 13 in 10-12 min
WinVPS13 rebooted and all VPSes up, 14 in 10 min
WinVPS14 VPSes ar all back up, just the last one is still starting services, winVPS15 in 10 min
WinVPS15 rebooted and all VPSes back up, WinVPS16 in 10
It seems winvps16 isn't going to restart well on its own, it has not gone down on ping or started the final portion of the reboot, giving it 3 more minutes maybe there is a hung process on a VPS being force killed.
WinVPS16 had to be forced on a reboot, and it is back up now, VPSes are coming up.
winvps16 is all up now, on to check if winvps17 is needing any update
WinVPS17 reboot in about 10-12 minutes
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