[App_rpt-users] Stats server update

K5CG k5cg at hamoperator.org
Fri Jan 19 10:20:11 EST 2018


Ramesh, 

Until your pi can resolve the address correctly (for whatever reason) it's still a problem. 

Does "ping stats.allstarlink.org" return the new address or the old? 

Does it resolve correctly from another PC on your LAN? etc. 

73 
Danny 
K5CG 

> From: "Ramesh Dhami" <Ramesh at va3uv.com>
> To: "app rpt-users" <app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org>
> Sent: Friday, January 19, 2018 9:04:09 AM
> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Stats server update

> On 2018-01-18 11:34 AM, Bryan Fields wrote:
> > The Allstar Link admin team is pleased to announce the successful migration of
> > the stats server.

> > The old stats server was severely overloaded and has been migrated to a new
> > much faster, and better connected machine. We've added some speedups/fixes to
> > the code and have enabled the big network wide map now and is updated every 3
> > minutes.

> > We bought a newer G7 HP DL360 server with 12 cores, 128 gb ram, and 880g of
> > 15k SAS raid 50. https://i.imgur.com/Lx6Ul8E.jpg

> > We've racked it at one of the premier east coast data centers, and running on
> > our own IP space. Simply put, we should see much higher availability and have
> > power for adding new features.

> > http://stats.allstarlink.org/ is now at 44.98.254.130, and the old server is
> > at http://stats-old.allstarlink.org/

> > Check the old server, as there are still 13 nodes pointed at it. If you see
> > one of your nodes in that list, this means you're not using DNS and have the
> > IP hardcoded in rpt.conf or /etc/hosts. If you're showing up on the old
> > server check your config for this.


> <-- Hi Brian and all: Nice work... 2 of my nodes (on the same Pi -
> i.e., 27919 and 28762) are still reporting to the old server. I do have
> the correct url in rpt.conf and do not have a hard-coded entry in my
> hosts file.

> Any ideas?

> Thanks,

> Ramesh.
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