I am going to be rebooting all Intel based servers here shortly to install a 5.5 kernel. This kernel should provide some performance improvement, it certainly has done so for my workstation.
The user count in ruptime was wrong, that has been corrected.
Backups of zorin are completed. It has been restored to service.
Backups are completed on Mint. It has been restored to service.
Zorin and Mint are now going down to be imaged. Debian, JuLinux, MxLinux, and Ubuntu are alternate Debian derived machines available while these are being backed up.
Reboots are completed.
I am still checking to make sure NIS bound and NFS mounted on all servers.
Shortly I will be taking down some servers for imaging, specifically Ubuntu will be first.
I will be rebooting almost all the servers tonight (all of the Intel based machines). If everything goes well, downtime should be minimal perhaps 15-20 minutes but there are no guarantees until it’s finished.
Debian is back up and running.
Fedora is restored to service.
Taking Julinux down for maintenance. Debian will require about an hour because it is a larger machine.
Centos8 is back online.
Taking Fedora down for imaging for about 1/2 hour.