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Actualización gratuita a Linode 96, ayuda para probar Host4

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Estoy buscando de 10 a 15 almas valientes, er, clientes existentes de Linode 64 que están actualmente en ThePlanet que estarían dispuestos a migrar sus Linodes a Host4. Al mismo tiempo, serán [b]actualizados al plan Linode 96 de forma gratuita[/b] - seguirán pagando los precios de Linode 64[/b].

Host4 había estado funcionando bajo el kernel 2.4.21 durante bastante tiempo, y como todos sabéis, experimentaba bloqueos o muertes silenciosas, por lo que no se imprimían los oops del kernel, etc. Esto dificultaba la depuración del problema. He actualizado la máquina a un kernel mucho más reciente y he estado trabajando en él (ejecutando algunos hilos "[url=http://members.optusnet.com.au/ckolivas/contest/]contest[/url]" para generar carga) y hasta ahora todo va bien.

Estas son las condiciones:

[list][*]Te migramos a host4, te actualizamos a Linode 96 (no se requieren cambios por tu parte, mantenemos las mismas IPs, sistemas de archivos, etc)
[*]Obtienes un Linode 96 al precio del L64.
Si todo va bien (digamos 60 días sin problemas), entonces puedes quedarte en host4 y disfrutar de tu descuento en Linode 96
[*]Tenga en cuenta, que esto significa que usted acepta la posibilidad de tiempo de inactividad debido a los reinicios
[*]Si hay problemas con la congelación de host4 de nuevo, sus ranuras de edad se mantendrá reservado para que usted pueda moverse de nuevo en
[*]Si hay problemas, puedes retirarte en cualquier momento
[*]Si tenemos que volver a moverte, volverás al plan Linode 64, pero podrás mantener tu espacio de disco extra de forma gratuita.
[*] actualización: XFER seguirá siendo de 25 GB
[/list]¿Qué os parece? Si estáis interesados, responded aquí y me pondré en contacto con vosotros en unos días.

Gracias,
-Chris


Comentarios (25)

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    I think this is a wonderful idea. I know I would be happy to migrate my linode with the risks mentioned. As my linode is only a test system I am more then happy to cope any downtime needed.

    Chris

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    I’d be happy to volunteer. My linode does my backup MX and backup DNS, so I can deal with problems that arise.

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    Hey, I’m up for a try, too. Currently, I’m not putting a great demand on my linode — mostly using it as a mail-server — so possible downtime isn’t much of a problem. This will change in a couple of months, however.

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    Go ahead and sign me up, just put some directions up on exactly what we need to do.

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    I’ll volunteer….just let me know what to do

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    i’ll be glad to be a guinea pig, as briefly discussed by email.

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    Please sign me up as well. I only run a personal site on the lindoe account for email and some web development stuffs.

    Thanks,
    Kevin

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    I’d certainly be up for it 🙂

    Thanks,
    Nick.

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    [quote:c13f3f2642=”caker”]I am looking for 10 to 15 brave souls, er, existing Linode 64 customers who are currently at ThePlanet that would be willing to migrate their Linodes to Host4. At the same time, you will be [b]upgraded to the Linode 96 plan for free[/b] — you will [b]continue to pay the Linode 64 prices[/b].
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    Sign me up!

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    If I’m not going to lose any files and IP will not change then sign me up.:-)
    Mariusz

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    Another volunteer here – I’m currently on Host1. I use my linode for testing/playing around – so down time is no big problem.

    Geoff

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    Sign me up for it too 🙂

    I’ll gladly help out testing, and as long as my ips/diskimages will keep intact some downtime won’t be a problem.


    Thomas

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    I’m interested too 🙂

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    Slots still open? Please count me in as well. 😀

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    [quote:84e1e28cf7=”caker”]I am looking for 10 to 15 brave souls, er, …[/quote]

    You can move my linode over. I’m generating sporadic loads, using the linode as a build server.

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    I’m willing to sign up as well 😉

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    If theres still room i will transfer too.

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    I’ve setup the migrations for the first group of people. If you don’t see the migration when you log into the LPM, it probably means we had enough people already. But if you didn’t make the cut I still might contact you if things go well and we need a few more people to load the server.

    Please don’t reboot your Linode or resize your images until AFTER you migrate to host4.

    After the migration your account will say “Brand New” — that will go away after you boot your existing profile for the first time.

    Thanks,
    -Chris

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    Hi Chris,

    I have just mirgated my account to host4. After the mirgation, is there any specific tasks that you are looking for to help testing out the server? ie: Should we increase our apache/mysql/cron load/processes in our account?

    Regards,
    Kevin

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    If you need another count me in.

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    If you need another guinea pig with a decent load, I’ll go.

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    Count me in, too, if it’s still available.

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    If you still are looking for volunteers, I’m willing.

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    This offer is closed, and the problem with Host4 was a kernel bug long gone 🙂 Now these guys are my Guinea Pigs for new kernels 🙂

    Thanks,
    -Chris

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