Today I have gotten a new server for the website. Currently the webserver is running on a 450MHz machine and soon will be upgraded to a brand spankin new 1.5GHz machine. This should give the needed power to speed up the gallery and use new features such as the wiki.
I'll get it up and running soon, if you notice you cannot access the website that is the reason and it will be back up soon.
I might post a picture of the server room too. (Looks like an add for Dell with probably 15 Dell servers and a bunch of black box xwalls surrounding them, oh and one Apple xServe with a xServe Raid)
Its on a T1 right now, hopefully something faster once they run new lines out this way.
For security all I am going to say about the server is that it is running Apache2 on a flavor of BSD on a 1.4 GHz 7447 PPC machine. I'm not using Apache's performance cache right now because I think it causes problems with some php scripts (probably because it sticks a new port in the addresses).
Whoa! The man behind the curtain ain't no stinking pretend wizard!!! That's some serious hardware!! Most impressive! And a T1 line! I only dream of such things...
My little brother is on the NetBSD development team. They just built a computer controlled toaster for a conference they went to. He was lobbying for a toaster for the NetBSD logo, but something else won out.
Thanks, again, for hosting this forum! It has truly made a difference in my life. If it hadn't been for this site, I'd probably never have gotten up the nerve to buy a bus.