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From: "Steve Milo"
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Sunday Server Maintence Agenda
To: "Ruben Safir"
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If I may make a suggestion.
Install MySQL and Mason so they can be available for future expansion and growth.
Mason is a website content management software written entirely in Perl.
Having these installed and available will not interfer with the operation of the server.
> As it is, I'm not working tomorrow so I'll be in the house for most of
> the day. For everyone coming, our battle plan for the Server tomorrow
> is the following:
> 1: Make a backup server on the spare box
> 2: Reboot the server with the backup server ready and working in case
> of trouble
> 3: rebuilding Apache with Apache 2, mod_perl and embperl. this will be
> my first look at Apache2 closely, so we'll be looking at a bunch of
> 4: Load up a sizable amount of static content back on the Apache server
> 5: Move the mail server to the backup server and make it the new mail
> server, separate from the main machine.
> 6: Rebuild the freedom-IT box and install the webmail interface on it.