May 7, 2012

Site reliability has been ghastly

Unfortunately, we’ve had serious site outages over the past few days, as well as an increased frequency of shorter-term problems. My ordinarily excellent hosting company is going through a bad stretch, and I’ll have to move away from them. (As usual, I’ll rely on http://www.webhostingtalk.com for recommendations.)

When I pull the trigger on the move, there will be a short period when I turn off comments across all my blogs. I’ll post again here to announce when that is happening.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

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