[kde-community] Problems with KDE servers

Ben Cooksley bcooksley at kde.org
Thu May 12 09:25:32 BST 2016

On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 10:51 AM, Nicolás Alvarez
<nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello KDE,

Hi everyone,

> FYI, we are currently having hardware problems with an important
> server, which hosts identity.kde.org and the @kde.org email server. It
> has shut down for overheating twice in 24 hours (I have seen it
> briefly hit 99°C, or maybe lm-sensors just doesn't show bigger
> numbers!).
> Both services are *currently* working, but KDE Identity is
> CPU-throttled and I may disable it at any time if needed to keep
> temperature under control. That is, I'm sacrificing Identity
> performance and availability to keep the mailserver running.
> We will hopefully move these critical services to another server soon.

The hoster has now repaired the failed cooling components, and the
server in question is functioning normally again.

> In addition, notes.kde.org is currently unavailable too; it seems to
> get stuck when Identity goes down. Unfortunately I have no access to
> restart it.

This has also been fixed (by restarting nginx)

Apologies for the disruption.

> --
> Nicolás
> KDE Sysadmin Team


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