This page will detail service affecting problems that we have seen or plan.
24th November 2012 Updating EU cookie plugin across our sites.
1st June 2012 One of my development servers seemed to have firefox 13.01 and bitcoin-qt 0-6-2 beta /qt 4.7.2 running high cpu. Kernel is 2.6.38-15 generic on AMD dual core Sempron (yes unlocked core) and Ubuntu 11.04. All up to date and rebooted yesterday evening. This morning it was showing that odd behaviour. CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor showed normal behaviour. OK after reboot so my guess is this is leapsecond related but that was patched in 2.6.29. Odd. On 30th June 2012 Updated Open Mutual Freeswitch PBX to latest git. Service provider for the openmutual.org/.net host is planning network maintenance on the following dates,
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012, between 00:00 AM and 06:00 AM
Thursday, February 9th, 2012, between 00:00 AM and 06:00 AM 3rd Jan 2012 Implementing SIP trunking via ippi.com to get iNum access for Open Mutual (ippi is one of a number of VOIP providers that offer iNum). Have Skype2ippi working into Open Mutual PBX. We’ll advertise this later if it seems useful for low cost support calls to Open Mutual. 3rd Jan 2012 Have upgraded our PandoraFMS system to version 4.0.1. A few quirks noticed but fairly painless and I’ll document them. 1st Jan 2012 just noticed that openmutual.org doesn’t display very well in a Nintendo DSi XL. Having implemented 4 DID numbers to our VOIP PBX. 11th October 2011 onwards will be implementing wp-super-cache on our WordPress sites as well as upgrading Pandora FMS to version 4.0. 5th September 2011 – not that many people use this but our UK Telephone trunk connection will be down whilst rebuilding our soft PBX. Backup on 6th. 29th July 2011 – Between midnight to 6am our ISP is upgrading routers. Possible outages within that time. 2nd July 2011 – at 21:00 GMT cutover OK. Openmutual.net now working through new IP address. 2nd July 2011 – Late we will be switching DNS A and MX records of openmutual.net from OLD IP to NEW IPs as detailed in previous status messages. June 2011 – Over June we will be migrating openmutual.net from a host in the UK to one in Germany. The OLD IP Address was 188.8.131.52 and the NEW IP Address will be 184.108.40.206. We’re building the new site via the simple trick of changing one of our local PCs host file to point the www.openmutual.net to the new IP address. That way the old site resolves to the old IP address but the new site is only visible from the test machine. We have an IPv6 address at 2a01:488:66:1000:53a9:29c5:0:1 (ipv6.openmutual.org) though the hosting provider refers to the IPv6 as a “beta” program so we do not know if this address will stay. When we hear that the program is in production then we will add AAAA records for the usual URLs.