I’m just moving Status-Q to a new server. If you can see this, it’s working!

The Status-Q server is now actually a virtual one, based on the Xen virtualisation system. I had about 18 web domains on the old server, and I wanted a bit more flexibility in how they’re managed, so I’m gradually migrating them onto a set of virtual servers on the new machine, which will make it easier, for example, to upgrade key bits of software without endangering all the sites at once.

Please let me know if you notice any problems…

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