Problem with web the lumumba server solved
The lumumba server has been restored from backup. It's back online.
2nd of July 2016
Problem with web the lumumba server solved
The lumumba server has been restored from backup. It's back online.
2nd of July 2016
Problem with web the lumumba server
We are experiencing a problem with the lumumba server. We expect the system back to normal later today.
1st of July 2016
DDOS attack this morning, server staging.all2all.org renumbered
This morning we suffered from a DDOS attack which paralysed most of your network. We then isolated the targeted IP address on our network and put it on the BGP blackhole list to defeat the DDOS. At around 11:00 the network was back to normal and we registered a total of around 1.5-2 hours of downtime. As a result the server staging.all2all.org was still down after the DDOS was finished because we had to renumber its IP addresse from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 as the DDOS was targeted on that former IP address. If you use an external DNS server you will need to modify it with the new IP address of the staging server!
16th of February 2016
New shared webservers with Debian Jessy 8 and PHP 5.6.17
New shared webservers with Debian Jessy 8 and PHP 5.6.17 are now available. All older shared webservers are still with Debian Wheezy to guarantee the long term support for your existing web applications!
7th of February 2016
Spam problem and resulting blacklisting of maximusconfessor
Today we discovered a compromised mail user account on our mail server maximusconfessor.all2all.org with several thousand spam mails in the queue. The issue is solved but we still have to work on the unlisting from the blacklists.
15th of December 2015
Problem with web server jesus solved, complete hardware replaced
Today the web server jesus.all2all.org had to be rebooted but didn't come up again. It had been online non-stop for around 2 years without any reboot. During the reboot, there wasn't any reaction anymore. We therefore had to take the hardware to the workplace and we decided to change the whole server hardware, just keeping the hard disks with the data. At around 15.30 we had the server back online, now with more RAM and 2 more powerful processors. We hope that this hardware upgrade will also take care of the minor issues the server had the last time.
22nd of July 2015
Problem with web server charlesdarwin solved, RESTORATION COMPLET
Incident report "charlesdarwin": During the scheduled upgrade we encountered a strange issue with the innodb engine of MySQL. Later we also recognised that the data directory received strange permissions during the OS upgrade and no matter how hard we tried this made the deployment of the database impossible. We concluded that there must have been a corruption. We decided at a certain point to stop the repair efforts and to make a complete restoration of the server from backup using a mint Debian Wheezy installer. Now we are shure that the OS is clean and safe. Sorry for the unforseen complications.
18th of May 2015
Problem with web server charlesdarwin
We are currently restoring the server from backup. There has been an issue during the OS upgrade. We expect the system back to normal later today.
18th of May 2015
We have planned the following OS upgrades on our shared web servers:
14.5.2015: charlesdarwin.all2all.org and shiva.all2all.org
29.5.2015: karlmarx.all2all.org and desmondtutu.all2all.org
Start time: 18:00 CET
End time: 00:00 CET
Please check that your webapplications and plugins are up-to-date. Also if you have a long mysql username (i.e. long dns name) it might be truncated by the upgrade process
The interruption to your service should not exceed 120 minutes.
5th of May 2015read more about Upgrades to Debian Wheezy
Planned network outage
Our uplink provider Cogent is doing a planned network upgrade and there will be a downtime according to this schema:
Network interruption according to the following maintenance window:
Date of work: 29.01.15
Start time: 00:00 CET
End time: 07:00 CET
Place of work: Brussels
Work description:Hot replacement of core device
The interruption to your service should not exceed 240 minutes.
19th of January 2015
Good news for dedicated servers still under Debian Squeeze
All dedicated servers which are still running under Debian Squeeze, the old stable version of Debian, have been switched and upgraded to Squeeze LTS (long time support). This ensures that they will get the essential security upgrades until February 2016!. More infos here: https://wiki.debian.org/LTS
28th of September 2014
Shellshock vulnerability fixed
We have upgraded all Bash packages on our servers to close the Shellshock vulnerability. Please do an
apt-get update && apt-get upgradewhen you run a self-managed dedicated server. If you are still running a Debian Squeeze OS, add the LTS support to your /etc/apt/source.lists file:
deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian squeeze-lts main non-free contriband then run the apt-get command for the upgrade.
27th of September 2014
Upgrade hosting servers to Debian Wheezy 7.0
Starting with the 1st of October we will process with the upgrade of all shared hosting servers to the new Debian Wheezy version. The PHP version will change to 5.4.4. MySQL changes to version 5.5.38. Please see here for further infos: http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/index.en.html
19th of August 2014
IP addresses modification on certain servers
In order to improve the bandwidth supply of some servers located in a former segment all2all network, we will place them in a "carrier neutral" data center which is better connected. This also means that they will receive a new IP address. There will be no problem if the DNS domain name is managed by our internal DNS servers. No problem either for SSL certificates. But be careful if you use an external DNS server and point the name of the IP address. The 18.104.22.168/24 range will be stopped and returned to Ripe on the 19/05/2013.If you are in this case, please contact us to get the new IP address of your server.
6th of May 2013
Problem with the connections in the Zaventem Datacenter solved
vSince sunday afternoon we have had a routing problem in the Zaventem datacenter. Connections can drop and hosts be inaccessible. We have solved the issue.
22nd of April 2013
Problem with the connections in the Nossegem Datacenter solved
There has been a denial of service attack since the early morning starting at around 6 am on the 22.214.171.124 network segment. The issue has been tracked down and it is solved now. Everything is back to normal.
12th of January 2013
Problem with the connections in the Nossegem Datacenter
This evening we have had a problem in the Nossegem datacenter. This affects most of our mutualized servers there. We are working on it. A solution will be provided during this morning.
12th of January 2013
Replacement of server hardware sigmundfreud.all2all.org
This evening we have replaced the hardware of the shared hosting server sigmundfreud. The system has caused too much problems. The new system is running much faster and more reliable.
24th of December 2012
The server martinlutherking is back online
Our martinlutherking.all2all.org server went back online yesterday at 5:28 pm.
21st of July 2012
New shared hosting server with Debian Squeeze 6.0
All new web sites will now be installed on our new shared hosting server running under the new Debian Squeeze version. The PHP version is 5.3.3. MySQL is now at version 5.1.61. Please see here for further infos for other packages: http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/index.en.html. We also simplified the rights management of php generated files which are no longer owned by www-data but directly by the site user. Htaccess files are now active by default on your all2all web hosting. This greatly improves the installation of all CMS and web applications.
25th of April 2012
Upgrade of servers to Debian Squeeze 6.0
Starting with the 21st of May we will process with the upgrade of all shared hosting servers to the new Debian Squeeze version. The PHP version will change to 5.3.3. MySQL changes to version 5.1.61. Please see here for further infos: http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/index.en.html
25th of April 2012
Solved : acces problem via Telenet
It seems that there is at the moment an interconnection problem between our servers and the Telenet network. We are in contact with our bandwidth providers in order to find solution.
30th of January 2012
Increase of the hard drive prices
Following the current shortage of hard drives on the market, we must face a brutal increase in the purchase cost of this component which does not enable us to maintain the price of our dedicated servers at the same level. During the coming months we will thus ask for a supplement of 80 euros per SATA disc of 1TB until the production goes back to its normal course. This carries the price of the simple dedicated server 1HD to 379 euros and the recommended dedicated server 2HD's to 759 euros.
19th of November 2011
Solved : Electrical problem in the Zaventem datacenter
An electrical interruption of the city power caused a rupture of a circuit in our Zaventem datacenter this morning at 7:52 am. That's why some of the servers on this part of the network were not accessible early this morning. The power feed is now restored and all the services are back on-line since 9:10 am.
10th of November 2011
Maintenance works on alanturing.all2all.org tonight after 0:00h
We have to make a filesystem check on alanturing.all2all.org. The virtual servers on this host system will be unavailable during these works.
25th of October 2011
599€ for a Quadcore HT 3.2Ghz Xeon E3 dedicated server
We renew our Green 2HD dedicated servers in promotion. We now offer an Intel Xeon E3-1230 Quadcore HT 4 x 2 x 3.2Ghz with 8GB of DDR3 1333Mhz Ram and 2 Western Digital hard drives of 1000GB at a purchase price of 599€. The hosting fee is 75€/month.
20th of May 2011
299€ for a Dualcore HT 1.8Ghz dedicated server
We sell dedicated servers Extra Green 1HD starting from 299€ vat excl. It's an Intel Atom D525 Dualcore HT 1.8Ghz (= 4 X 1.8Ghz) equipped with 4GB of DDR3 Ram and one Western Digital hard drive of 1000GB. The installation and assembly costs are offered to all new customers. The monthly fee is only 45€ for a hosting contract of one year.
11th of April 2011
New Red5 Media Server for live AV streaming (web-TV)
We installed a new media server with Red5 Media Server. Red5 is an Open Source Flash Server written in Java that supports:
- Streaming Video (FLV, F4V, MP4)
- Streaming Audio (MP3, F4A, M4A)
- Recording Client Streams (FLV only)
- Shared Objects
- Live Stream Publishing
- Protocols: RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPS, and RTMPE
This new server is ready to host your web-TV live events. It complets our streaming server infrastructure which consists already of an Iceast Audio Server (for web-radios).
14th of March 2011
Planned maintenance on 28.02.11
Due to some maintenance works concerning network segment 126.96.36.199/23 early on monday 28.02.11, a downtime of 45 minutes is expected in morning hours between 1:00 and 4:00 CET
23rd of February 2011
Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" released
After 24 months of constant development, the Debian Project is proud to present its new stable version 6.0 (code name "Squeeze").
This release includes numerous updated software packages, such as: Linux 2.6.32, Apache 2.2.16, MySQL 5.1.49, PostgreSQL 8.4.6, PHP 5.3.3, Perl 5.10.1, Xen Hypervisor 4.0.1 (dom0 as well as domU support). Support has also been added for the ext4 and Btrfs filesystems. We install now on all new all2all servers Debian 6.0 "Squeeze".
8th of February 2011
all2all is official sponsor of the Drupal Developer Days 2011
all2all is sponsoring the Drupal Developer Days Brussels 2011 that will take place the 4th, 5th and 6th of February on the VUB campus : Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Ixelles. Drupal is an open-source content management system which allows you to build everything from personal blogs to enterprise applications. Thousands of add-on modules and designs let you build any site you can imagine. Please see the Drupal site for more info: http://drupal.org/. Drupal is free, flexible, robust and constantly being improved by hundreds of thousands of passionate people from all over the world.
Drupal can be easily installed on your all2all web hosting, please see our Drupal installation manual here (in french and dutch).
28th of January 2011
GNU/Linux System Administrator - job offer
Moving Art Studio has a job opportunity for a new Linux System Administrator to join the support-team.
GNU/Linux System Administrator (m/v)
Telecom, ICT & Internet
Het onafhankelijke netwerk http://www.all2all.net/ is een initiatief van de vereniging zonder winstoogmerk Moving Art Studio. Zoals zijn naam het aangeeft, wil het all2all-project communicatie bevorderen op basis van wederkerigheid, van iedereen naar iedereen. Om dit te verwezenlijken ontwikkelt all2all, uitsluitend op basis van vrije en open source-software, een onafhankelijk internetnetwerk met een hoge veiligheidsfactor dat niet onderworpen is aan commerciële druk en financieel volledig onafhankelijk is.
U levert ondersteuning en bent verantwoordelijk voor de functionering van servers in onze datacenters. U hebt de nodige technische bagage om hardware en software voor servers in een netwerkomgeving te ondersteunen. Met uw kennis van Linux, Apache en SSH, U kan deze toestellen van afstand beheren. U hebt ervaring met TCP/IP netwerken, scripttalen, IMAP, POP3 en SMTP e-mail-servers. U zorgt ervoor dat de dienstverlening van onze klanten vrijwel continu kan doorlopen door snel te reageren op support-aanvragen en correcte maatregelen te nemen. U hebt zeer goede relationele en communicatieve vaardigheden (zowel telefonisch als geschreven). U werkt voornamelijk in Brussel (Anderlecht).
U bent Nederlandstalig en u hebt een hogere opleiding gevolgd. U bent in staat vlot te communiceren in het Nederlands, Engels en Frans. U beheerst de volgende software:
- GNU/Linux (kennis op niveau van LPIC-1)
- SQL databanken (MySQL, PostgreSQL, ...)
- PHP, Python, Perl scripttalen
- Postfix, Courier, Mailman
- Kennis van BGP, RIP of OSFP is een pluspunt
U bent communicatief, klantgericht en werkt graag in teamverband. U bent een nauwkeurige geest met gevoel voor organisatie en planning.
Wij stellen een gevarieerd en motiverend werk voor dat in het bijzonder personen zal interesseren die aangetrokken zijn door de ethiek van vrije software. Een contract van onbepaalde duur, voltijds. Het loon valt te bespreken op basis van de ervaring.
We ontvangen graag uw kandidatuur via de post of via e-mail :
Moving Art Studio v.z.w.
T.a.v.: Frédéric Jadoul
20th of December 2010
New all2all web hosting offers and concepts
all2all offers new shared web hosting plans with more resources for all users. All prices remain unchanged and do not increase!
simple shared web hosting disk quota of 10GB (50MB Web - 3GB Mail - 6GB Backup) for 20 €/an
recommended shared web hosting disk quota of 100GB (10GB Web - 30GB Mail - 60GB Backup) for 60 €/an
large shared web hosting disk quota of 1000GB (100GB Web - 300GB Mail - 600GB Backup) for 120 €/an
With these new offers all2all is one of the most affordable web hosting providers. For more details please see our comparison table here: Technical comparison of shared web hosting plans. Or see the individual pages corresponding to each hosting offer for details. You get for instance with the large web hosting now 100 mailboxes. For each hosting plan the basic mail disk quota is increased to 3GB!
All shared servers are manageable via the web administration interface Webmin. The Virtualmin module offers you a complete, easy and intuitive management access to your hosting account. We have updated the Webmin-Virtualmin installations on all shared servers and we have reedited the manuals in our documentation section on our site.
We also developed a new backup system and every shared web hosting plan includes now a sufficiently large disk quota for daily backups. We keep now 1 month of backups of all your data: databases, files in the web directory and mailboxes. There will be no supplementary costs for you (everything is included). The detailed information about our new backup system can be found here: http://all2all.org/informations/faq/backup/how-works-the-backup/
all2all has now also a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The Facebook page is intended as a relay for the news section on our website and to post summaries of articles which will appear on our future blog. The Twitter account will serve as a central communication platform to announce incidents, planned works, problems, short news, etc. So please connect to our Facebook page and /or Twitter acount.
16th of September 2010
Green electricity in all our datacenters
The 3 datacenters in which all2all has installed its equipment are now supplied with green electricity. You can check the sustainable energy certificates (100% renewable sources) here: LCL , AXS and KPN.
14th of September 2010
Cambio subscription instead of company cars
All all2all employees are now subscribed to Cambio. The Cambio system is a model of car rental where people rent cars for short periods of time, allowing participants – following the idea of carsharing – to abondon their own car. The Cambio cars can be ordered by phone or over the internet non-stop. So instead of a company car, we decided to go for the ecological alternative of carsharing. We can now precisely choose the type of car that we need according to the requirements of our interventions. Next to Cambio, we also use the bicycle and public transport and try to reduce the use of cars as much as possible.
6th of September 2010
New Roundcube webmail installed
A couple of weeks ago all2all implemented the new Roundcube webmail for the mail users of his shared hosting servers. Roundcube is a browser-based, multi-lingual email program. It is free Software and published under the GNU GPL. All IMAP-functions are integrated: adressbook, directory administration, mail search, spell checking and uploads, etc. More information can be found here: http://roundcube.net/. Depending on the mailserver that hosts your mailboxes, you can connect through one of the following SSL-secured addresses:
6th of September 2010
Upgrade of our last shared hosting servers to Debian Lenny 5.0 and PHP5 successfully finished
1st of September 2010
Last 3 shared hosting servers Debian Lenny 5.0 and PHP5 upgrade postponed to weekend 6th and 7th of March
The migration process to Debian/Lenny and PHP5 has been carried out for the more recent servers sigmundfreud.all2all.org and desmondtutu.all2all.org. The remaining servers, jesus.all2all.org, mohamed.all2all.org and martinlutherking.all2all.org, are scheduled for a later upgrade in 2 weeks time on the weekend of 6th and 7th of March 2010. This provides you with a longer preparation window. Please have your websites PHP5-proof by then. If you don't have the skill to carry out your website upgrades, please ask your webmaster to do so.
17th of February 2010
Reminder: Imminent upgrade of shared hosting servers to Debian Lenny 5.0 and abandonment of PHP4 for PHP5
Starting from February 15th, the support team of all2all-Moving Art Studio will carry out the migration towards Debian Lenny of all the shared hosting servers which are still running under Debian Etch or Sarge. The principal constraint of this passage to a higher version of the system is the abandonment of the maintenance of the packages of PHP4 and the obligation to pass to PHP5 which will be the only version of PHP from now on available. Please check your sites and prepare for PHP5 compatibility if necessary.
12th of February 2010
End of the support for Debian Etch 4.0 starting from February 15th, 2010. Obligatory migration towards Debian Lenny 5.0 and abandonment of PHP4 for PHP5
The support team of Debian informs us that there will be no more safety updates for Debian Etch 4.0 starting from February 15th. Consequently, the support team of all2all-Moving Art Studio will carry out the migration towards Debian Lenny of all the servers which are still running under Debian Etch by February 15th. The principal constraint of this passage to a higher version of the system is the abandonment of the maintenance of the packages of PHP4 and the obligation to pass to PHP5 which will be the only version of PHP from now on available.
29th of January 2010
Installation of a fiberoptic ring between our 3 datacenters
All2all installs its server racks in three data centers located around Brussels : in Nossegem, Diegem and Zaventem. We have just set up a fiberoptic ring to connect these three centers with an intern circuit of 10Gbps. This new development makes it possible to synchronize servers located at different places, to ensure high speed backup copies from one datacenter to another and to offer alternative connections towards the Internet in the event of a band-width shortage in one of the co-location area.
28th of January 2010
Shared web server lumumba.all2all.org: restored
The shared web server lumumba.all2all.org has been restored from backup.
8th of January 2010
New short manual about automatically executing PHP scripts via cron
We have written a mini manual for those who want to be able to automatically hit a PHP script, on a scheduled date and time, using the cron module in Virtualmin and the wget command. This can be necessary for instance for certain administrative tasks required by your CMS.
3rd of November 2009
Attention, iframe virus may attack your web sites!
Recently we have seen a surge in the number of automated attacks against websites. These attacks are aimed at infecting the end user's PC with a Trojan virus that subsequently attacks sites via FTP and injects malicious iframes into your webpages
We have written a mini manual that describes how to remove the virus and how to clean your webpages: Mini howto - Removing an iframe virus
20th of October 2009
all2all chooses RAID6 for more securityall2all has chosen RAID6 as storage solution for all its new shared servers, following the problem encountered with our mail server maximusconfessor due to the failure of two consecutive drives in a RAID5 cluster. RAID6 is a technology that guarantees the security of information stored by allocating several hard drives redundantly. Unlike RAID5, RAID6 allows the simultaneous failure of two hard drives without compromising data. To know the technical details of the implementation of RAID 6, we recommend the excellent article by Peter Anvin available here, and an introduction to the various RAID technologies, see the Wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Redundant_array_of_independent_disks
1st of june 2009
New ecological charter for all2all
To reflect in our principles the awareness of our users and employees about environmental issues, we decided to adjust our charter. Our activity is not neutral from an ecological standpoint, nonetheless we think that giving you the technical means to express and share your ideas to the rest of the world justifies the energy invested. We have therefore included a paragraph defining a clear course that we are committed to respect, to continue our role in minimizing our impact on the environment. The charter is available online here.
1st of june 2009
Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 released
The Debian Project is pleased to announce the official release of Debian GNU/Linux version 5.0 (codenamed "Lenny") after 22 months of constant development (14.2.2009). Debian GNU/Linux is a free operating system which supports a total of twelve processor architectures.
The availability and updates of OpenJDK, GNU Java compiler, GNU Java bytecode interpreter, Classpath and other free versions of Sun's Java technology, into Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 allow us to ship Java-based applications in Debian's "main" repository.
Further improvements in system security include the installation of available security updates before the first reboot by the Debian Installer, the reduction of setuid root binaries and open ports in the standard installation, and the use of GCC hardening features in the builds of several security-critical packages. Various applications have specific improvements, too. PHP for example is now built with the Suhosin hardening patch.
For non-native English speaking users the package management systems now support translated package descriptions and will automatically show the description of a package in the native language of the user, if available.
All new all2all servers are now installed with Debian Lenny. We will soon start to upgrade the older servers.
1st of April 2009
Improved hosting backup procedure
We installed a new backup procedure for all shared all2all hostings based on Rsnapshot and a extensible RAID file server, a modern D2D backup system. We keep now full backup copies of the last 7 days. Every 7th day is saved 4 times per month. The MySQL database backups are based on a 31 days rotation, everyday a full backup. This new system considerably improves the safety of your hosting data. All backup processes are run in the early morning when load is very low and the servers are idle.
The term "disk-to-disk", or "D2D", generally refers to disk-to-disk backup. With D2D, a computer hard disk is backed up to another hard disk rather than to a tape or floppy, like in traditonal backupsystems. Typical advantages of disk-to-disk are: the non-linear recovery of data, enabling a specific file to be restored quicker and simpler than with tape. Higher speed and higher capacity, relative to tape or floppy, resulting in shorter backup and recovery windows.
29th of November 2008
"Freedom not fear 2008"
A broad movement of campaigners and organizations is calling on everybody to join action against excessive surveillance by governments and businesses. On 11 October 2008, concerned people in many countries will take to the streets, the motto being "Freedom not fear 2008". Peaceful and creative action, from protest marches to parties, will take place in many capital cities. For more info, see : freedom-not-fear.eu or humanrights21.org
At this occasion, all2all join other alternative hosters to publish the following declaration:
"We want to stop Data Retention of the type that is being imposed on us by the E.U. Directive 2006/24/EC because it is a preemptive surveillance of communication structures.
Imagine the postal services kept a record of everyone who sent a mail to you. When. Who. How. Where... This is exactly what is happening now – with your email, your phone calls and other electronic communications.
We as providers are forced to store YOUR communication metadata – this is forcing us to work as outsourced police forces. We don’t want this. We will pour as much sand into this machine of suspicion as we possibly can. And we encourage everyone else to do the same! Do not support this attack on privacy!
We will continue to fight against Data Retention in any way possible and we will support each other in our different efforts to fight it."
aktivix.org - all2all.be - alterezo.be - blacksec.org - blogxpopuli.org - boum.org - cassiopea.org - domainepublic.net - effraie.org - espace4you.org - free.de - globenet.org - hacklab.dk - herbesfolles.org - immerda.ch - lautre.net - linefeed.org - moviments.net - mutins.net - nadir.org - no-log.org - nodo50.org - open-web.fr - poivron.org - puscii.nl - rezo.net - riseup.net - samizdat.net - so36.net - squat.net - systemausfall.org - systemli.org - tachanka.org
11th of October 2008
Important Security Updates of your Joomla, Drupal, WordPress and SPIP CMS!
Since a while, important security issues concerning CMS web applications have been detected. In order to prevent security leaks or your website being hacked, we strongly recommend that you keep your cms and components up-to-date.
Concerning Joomla, you can find here a list of vulnerable extensions and addons : http://docs.joomla.org/Vulnerable_Extensions_List
On this website http://drupal.org/security, you can take a look on the latest security announcements concerning Drupal.
Here for Wordpress http://wordpress.org/development/category/security
And here for SPIP http://www.spip.net/en_rubrique247.html
24th of September 2008
Upgrade of Debian Sarge shared servers
We will operate a system upgrade on all our older shared servers from Debian Sarge to Debian Etch. This affects all servers which have not been upgraded yet. The major change concerns Mysql (from version 4.0.24 to 5.0.32). The PHP upgrade will not be so important (from version 4.3.10 to 4.4.4). The upgrade will take place on the 33rd weekend (between the 15th and 17th of August).
5th of August 2008
all2all at the Journées du libre
all2all is present at the Days of free software organised by the BxLUG on friday the 6th and saturday the 7th of june at the House of Cultures of Saint-Gilles (120 rue de Belgrade).
Eleni Postantzi will give a mini-conference on the use of Kolab as an Exchange Killer (friday the 6th between 3 and 4 o'clock).
6th of June 2008
Two new special dedicated server offers: server purchase for only 540 € and 720 €
For the cost of a conventional server renting plan, all2all sells two new dedicated Intel 64bits server models. An entry class Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2160 1.8Ghz 64bits server system with a 250GB hard disk and 1GB RAM - and a professional offer, an Intel Core2Duo E4600 64bits 2 x 2.4 GHz system, with two 250GB hard disks configured as a software RAID1 array and 2GB RAM. All our other server systems are build-to-order offers, according to your needs, either with Intel or AMD CPUs.
31st of March 2008
Upgrade to newest version of Webmin-Virtualmin
We have upgraded all our shared servers with the newest versions of Webmin (1.400) and Virtualmin GPL. The outstanding new features: easy creation of additional website ftp users, creation of additional admin users and improved backup options. The complete list of changes can be consulted here: http://www.webmin.com/vchanges.html. We also have changed the theme to the better structured and more intuitive Virtualmin-Theme. The former theme Stressfree is still available as an option: "Change Language and Theme" in section Webmin.
2nd of March 2008
2 times more RAM in dedicated servers
We have doubled the amount of RAM installed in our standard offers for simple 1HD dedicated servers (upgraded from 512MB to 1GB) as well as for recommended 2HD's dedicated servers (upgraded from 1GB to 2GB).
16th of November 2007
all2all is now a RIPE LIR
Moving Art Studio has become a RIPE member and all2all, as a Local Internet Registry, is now able to directly provide IP address blocs to organisations which would need them.
5th of November 2007
Nagios monitoring system deployed
Nagios (www.nagios.org) is an open-source host, service, and network monitoring program designed to inform users of network problems before end users do. The monitoring function runs intermittent checks on hosts and services by using external plug-ins that return status information to Nagios. When problems are discovered, the program sends notifications out to administrative contacts in a variety of ways, from email to SMS. Current status information, historical logs, and reports can all be accessed through a Web browser. All shared and dedicated servers at all2all are now monitored 24/7 by a dedicacted health checking server system.
15th of August 2007
New antispam/antivirus system online
Today, 20th of June, we have installed a new dedicated antispam/antivirus server. The new filtering system is now on a dedicated 64-bit multiprocessing platform with 8 Xeon CPUs (2 Xeon Quad Core X5335 2Ghz FSB1333 with 8MB L2 cache). This new distributed setup also enables us to add new antispam/antivirus systems in a round robin load balancing configuration when the spam frequency increases in the future.
20th of June 2007
Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 (Etch) released
On April 8th, 2007, the Debian Project has announced the official release of Debian GNU/Linux version 4.0, codenamed Etch, after 21 months of constant development. See the release notes for detailed information on Debian Etch. We install now by default Debian Etch on all new all2all servers.
10th of April 2007
Console Port Management system ready
all2all has bought a new management console to control a server via the serial port: the CM4148 from Opengear. It enables to open an alternative path to the machine even when the Ethernet connection is down (because of a config error or too strict firewall rules). The CM4148 will be used in our dedicated server racks.
10th of August 2006
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New website building up
This week, under the heat, we are working on the first pages of the new website.
19th of June 2006