• 2020

    From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to All on Tue Dec 31 11:28:00 2019
    Happy New Year,

    Holger


    .. My computer has a nut loose on the keyboard.
    -- MR/2 2.30

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Richard Falken to Holger Granholm on Wed Jan 8 13:27:25 2020
    Re: 2020
    By: Holger Granholm to All on Tue Dec 31 2019 11:28 am

    Happy New Year!

    Mine didn't go very well, with my home server crashing due to RAM exhaustion.

    Happy New Year,

    Holger


    .. My computer has a nut loose on the keyboard.
    -- MR/2 2.30
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Richard Falken on Thu Jan 9 11:42:00 2020
    In a message on 01-08-20 Richard Falken said to Holger Granholm:

    Hello Richard,

    Happy New Year!

    Mine didn't go very well, with my home server crashing due to RAM exhaustion.

    I know the problem. My old machine didn't crash but had to be rebooted
    or did do it by itself every now and then due to little RAM.

    Since I'm running the BBS under OS/2 it could reboot itself and
    automatically come up again to run the BBS normally.


    Have a good night,

    Holger


    .. 200-year old champagne and beer found in a stranded ship here.
    -- MR/2 2.30


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Richard Falken to Holger Granholm on Mon Jan 20 11:51:26 2020
    Re: Re: 2020
    By: Holger Granholm to Richard Falken on Thu Jan 09 2020 11:42 am

    See, that server is full disk encrypted and I had no off-band console access. It didn't actually "crash" but the out of memory killer took a lot of things down and the service was not operational again until I rebooted it.

    In a message on 01-08-20 Richard Falken said to Holger Granholm:

    Hello Richard,

    Happy New Year!

    Mine didn't go very well, with my home server crashing due to RAM exhaustion.

    I know the problem. My old machine didn't crash but had to be rebooted
    or did do it by itself every now and then due to little RAM.

    Since I'm running the BBS under OS/2 it could reboot itself and automatically come up again to run the BBS normally.


    Have a good night,

    Holger