New server

Okay, now the new server has been ordered, and the full backups have been located. They are somewhat older than what I like, but it is pretty much only blog entries that are missing and I can go without them if it come to that. That said, I get the failed Hard Disk Drive mailed to me so that I can run some recovery on it, if that seem necessary.

The server I ordered is a Dell PowerEdge SC1420. I ordered one with a Intel® Xeon™ prosessor (3.00GHz, 2MB cache, 800MHz FSB) and 1GB DDR2 SDRAM (2x512MB 400MHz DIMMs). It come with a 73GB SCSI Ultra320 (10000rpm) 1'' 68 pin harddisk.

With that, may the old server rest in peace (RIP).

I'm a screwup

Okay, it is official, I'm a bona-fante screw-up. As stated on I messed up my backup routines, and only found out the hard way. I've gotten the sites and back up on another server, the same as my blog now is running on.

I have a fresh copy of all the files used on all my websites, the problem is that the system that backed up my MySQL databases is messed up and I therefore lack all the data that was in the system. I get the Hard Disk Drive mailed to me and I might be able to restore this data. If that is the case, you might see life to again, if not, I'm leaving it dead.

I will keep you updated.

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