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Maintenance Completed (I think)

     Sorry things took much longer than I had anticipated.

     In the process of doing kernel updates in iglulik, the machine which hosts the users /home directories, I accidentally clobbered the boot block rendering the machine unbootable.

     The CPU in this machine is an i7-6850 which is too new for Centos6 to boot and the rescue disk I had on hand there was an old CentOS6 disk.

     I had to run back home and grab a Ubuntu rescue disk to fix the boot block.

     Then, as if I wasn’t having enough fun, that same machine needed a BIOS update, and when I applied that it erased all the BIOS settings.  It took me another couple of hours to get that back to operational however I still do not know if it will be stable.

     The issue at hand is the CPU voltage, I do not remember how I had it set before.  I determined that 1.91 volts wasn’t enough for it to run.  1.2 volts it would run but take lots of errors and crash.  At 1.25 volts I was able to run mprime for about an hour so I hope that it is stable.  Time will tell.

     And these things were supposed to address the spectre exploit, as it turns out they only address variant 1 and not variant 2.

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