Artikelen met de "Technisch" tag

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Reason for Outage 12 February 2018

What follows is a relatively detailed and technical description of the reasons for the outage. Because we understand not everyone wants or understands this much detail we added a simpler and shorter summary of the problem:

There was a problem with the devices (switches) that regulate the (redundant) internet (network) connections to our data centre. In trying to solve this isolated problem unfortunately a feedback loop occurred that clogged the multiple connections.

We have multiple connections going to the data centre to prevent losing access to our machines, however this issue managed to...

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Tijdlijn update ernstige Intel CPU bugs

Update 19 januari 2018 15:22

Al onze systemen zijn gepatched en bijgewerkt. Vanaf nu werken we verder aan de langetermijngevolgen van de CPU-bugs.

Update 12 januari 2018 17:30

Op een paar uitzonderingen na zijn al onze klantsystemen intussen ge├╝pdatet. Volgende week gaan we verder met updaten van onze interne systemen. Tijdens het updaten kan er een kleine onderbreking van onze dienstverlening ontstaan. Vandaar dat de updates zullen plaatsvinden buiten de reguliere uren. Wij houden je hiervan op de hoogte.

Update 9 januari 2018 18:18

Al onze VPS klanten hebben e-mail ontvangen met de volgende...

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To cache or not to cache, that's the query

Everyone has had the experience, staring at a browser and wondering why a particular website was taking such a long time to load. What makes websites slow can depend on several factors. Is the code efficient? Is the webserver efficient? How efficient is the storage? As a hosting provider mindful of sustainability, we are always trying to improve performance on our side, while also keeping redundancy in place as much as possible. Recently, we noticed one of our SQL servers was getting slower over time for no apparent reason, so we dug a little deeper to see how we could improve its performance.

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Multi-queue network interfaces with SMP on Linux

Building a router with Linux is a viable alternative to commercial products in many applications. In this article, we explore the process of optimising Linux for the best packet-forwarding performance by exploiting symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) and Ethernet interfaces with multiple queues. We take advantage of the Linux kernel features known as Receive Packet Steering (RPS), Transmit Packet Steering (XPS), and IRQ affinity.

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