Simplici7y status update

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Simplici7y status update

Post Aug 14th '16, 02:07

Hey everyone,

7 days ago uptime robot reported S7 going down. Previous times this has happened temporarily, but this time it hasn't come back on it's own. I have no access to the current host machine, and started a new job a little over a week ago, so I've been unable to get things back online yet. This is my only focus this weekend though, and I'm making good progress on a new, stable host (which currently hosts Pfhorums). Unfortunately, the Rails version S7 runs is so old the ruby version won't even compile on a modern gcc. Checking out the options. Will post any updates here.

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Post Aug 14th '16, 02:12

Thanks for keeping simplici7y running at all.
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Wrkncacnter

Post Aug 14th '16, 03:28

Hope everything goes well.
welcome to the scene of the crash
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General-RADIX

Post Aug 14th '16, 12:10

<3
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JohannesG
Iceland

Post Aug 14th '16, 12:39

Wrkncacnter wrote:Thanks for keeping simplici7y running at all.
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RyokoTK
Saint Paul, MN

Post Aug 15th '16, 21:41

It's somewhat funny that the week I decide to play through Marathon 2/Infinity for the first time is the week that Simplici7y goes down. But thanks so much for running it all these years.
Zetren
Ireland

Post Aug 15th '16, 23:59

Switch wrote:...a new, stable host (which currently hosts Pfhorums)....


But wait! With Simplici7y and the Pfhorums hosted at the same site, how can we complain here when Simplici7y goes down? ;)
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Crater Creator

Post Aug 16th '16, 02:02

Thank you for all your hard work.
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Zott
Earth

Post Aug 16th '16, 15:44

Zott wrote:Thank you for all your hard work.
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philtron

Post Aug 16th '16, 17:19

I can lend a hand if need be, I have a few gigabit lines at my lab, I can dedicate some serious bandwidth and around 3 cores and 12gb of ram to spare on my ESXi box. I can give you full access to the remote VM. Just let me know what you prefer (putty, VNC, RDP, etc).
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hawkeyefile
In front of my terminal debugging mainframes...

Post Aug 19th '16, 15:09

Redundancy would be awesome, but unfortunately, that's the situation I'm already in. I have a very powerful VM on an amazing line ( running this here site ), but problems getting Ruby 1.8.6 or 1.8.7 compiled. Also, with the new job, My Monday-Fridays I'm barely home, so I'm tackling it next probably tonight or tomorrow morning. If anyone has experience with such things and wants to help this weekend, I'm more dev than dev-ops so I'd appreciate the help, even if it's just to talk through ideas / solutions.
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Post Aug 19th '16, 15:11

Another option I'm honestly considering is just rewriting the whole damn thing. I'm a much better and faster coder than I used to be, and Simplici7y isn't that complicated. I could probably get something pretty good in a weekend. However, I'd prefer to at least try to get the current site online early tomorrow.
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Post Aug 19th '16, 16:27

I'm more Dev-ops then Dev. Pm me and we can discuss more.
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hawkeyefile
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Post Aug 19th '16, 18:01

Site back up on old hosting. Still need to move the site to new hosting, and it may go down again, but at least it's online while I'm working.
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Post Aug 19th '16, 21:34

It's down again, damn. I was hoping to at least get a static mirror complete today.
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hawkeyefile
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Post Aug 19th '16, 21:52

Yeah, I was hoping that at least held off until the weekend. MySQL is being killed due to memory limits. Tried a fix and rebooted again.
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Post Aug 19th '16, 22:01

The anal rape has begun. Please refrain from using simplici7y.
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hawkeyefile
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Post Aug 19th '16, 22:02

Out of curiosity, how much data is there? I have 4tb I can devote.
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hawkeyefile
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Post Aug 20th '16, 04:16

http://simplici7y.stever.tech/
Current mirror. It's entirely static and I'm not sure if all of the files are there however, it's better than nothing until Switch and I can do more real work.
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hawkeyefile
In front of my terminal debugging mainframes...

Post Aug 20th '16, 18:39

hawkeyefile wrote:Out of curiosity, how much data is there? I have 4tb I can devote.


24GB [MTongue] We're not talking movies here.
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Post Aug 20th '16, 19:01

How does it end up being 24 GB? If you download every single file available right now, it ends up being 4 GB.
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Wrkncacnter

Post Aug 20th '16, 19:58

That was an upper-bound on the entire www folder from `df -h`. The actual `public/version/file` folder is 8.9gb, which also includes all past versions of files that aren't linked for download.
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Post Aug 20th '16, 22:02

Okay, total is now 5.06 gb for the static mirror.
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hawkeyefile
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Post Aug 21st '16, 00:14

I got it working on the Pfhorums server! Going to shut down the old one and migrate all the data.
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Post Aug 21st '16, 03:33

Back online on the same server as Pfhorums! Pretty blazingly fast, and if the Pfhorums is any indication, very stable.
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