The web server was not responding because the encryption key and certificate of one of my customers sites did not match. I was unaware this condition would affect the entire server.
We will be rebooting the majority of our servers early in the morning shortly after midnight Saturday February 16th, 2019, for a kernel upgrade.
The update of Apache to 2.4.38 has been completed.
There will be a brief interruption in web servers (less than 60 seconds) to upgrade from Apache 2.4.37 to 2.4.38 later this afternoon.
These machines had NFS and/or NIS issues after reboot last night but have been restored to service.
I’m going to reboot all the servers sometime after midnight tonight, assuming power is still on and stable at that time, to make effective a kernel upgrade.
I apologize for the brief interruption in services around 2:30PM today. After I disabled quotas, all the free disk space went away. Only problem is disk usage did not show it allocated to anyone. Something in that machines kernel or file system was corrupted. After I rebooted the machine, disk usage was back to 26% which is about normal.
Still the quota system is acting weird. I’ve turned it off (in theory) for now and will reboot the server and re-enable later tonight if it stays sane while turned off. Because it’s a kernel process and not behaving properly I really can’t be sure that it is turned off so if it continues to be a problem I may be forced to boot the system in the day.
Not sure why but the quota system went berserk today and decided I had about ten times as much disk usage as I actually had. I do not know if other accounts were affected but I ran a system wide audit to correct the quota values.
Olive video editor has been installed on Debian, JuLinux, Mint, Ubuntu, and Zorin. Note julinux is under yellow-snow.net, julinux.yellow-snow.net.
It is available under Applications -> Sound and Video -> Olive.
Larger video windows may display somewhat jumpy over x2go depending upon your Internet connection but this will not affect the playback quality of the output file.
Like other graphical applications, this requires connecting via x2go. Free x2go clients are available for Windows, Mac, and Linux from x2go.org.