On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 9:49 AM, Magnus Hagander <mag...@hagander.net> wrote:
> (Copying this one to -hackers as well, for git coverage)
> We were just notified by one of our hosting providers, MeetMe, that they
> are about to start physically moving two of our servers to a different
> datacenter. Unfortunately, we were only given about an hours warning on
> this, so we have been unable to migrate important services elsewhere before
> the downtime.
> The following services may be affected, and we have no idea how long the
> downtime will be (we've been given a maximum window of 6 hours, but we hope
> it's going to be around an hour):
> * Main website backend systems (anything dynamic on the website, cached
> content will continue to serve)
> * Website search
> * List archives (except cached pages). (Mailinglists themselves should
> continue to work)
> * git.postgresql.org (gitmaster not affected)
> * irc docbot
> * postgres.ca website and associated services
> We apologize for this inconvenience, and will work with the techs from
> MeetMe to get the systems back up as quickly as possible.
This issue should now be resolved and services back to normal. There will
be a round of security patching on the other servers later today as well,
but that should only be minutes worth of downtime at the worst.