NetBSD 7.1 has been released. As I mentioned earlier, this server was experiencing stability issues (specifically, UVM faults) with 7.0.2 – even despite virtualisation. Upgrading to 7.1 seems to have fixed my issues, and the server no longer topples and goes for a random reboot every few days. Whereas before, a heavy load would cause a silent panic-and-reboot, the server VM now chugs along merrily with my multiple minecraft servers, webserver, and bitbucket instance.
Happy Upgrading, everyone – I know I was!
Chromebooks aren’t exactly big on storage, but thankfully my model of c720 at least came with a 32GB Kingston SSD rather than the usual 16GB Kingston unit – biding my time until I finally filled it up. I plunged for a 128GB Adata drive this Christmas when I found one on sale. Despite being “easy”, … Continue reading Acer c720 SSD Upgrade
Apology from the Writer: Excuse the kitschy title image, but it really seems like everyone already thinks of SSL as little locks on the intertubes, so I really just had to go along with it! Public disclosure of the DROWN attack is a little over a week old now, but for the end user it can … Continue reading DROWN: Vulnerable? Not exactly!