My colocated server died.

An ancient PIII-500 running FreeBSD, has loyally hosted websites for family and friends since August 2003 (when it replaced the then-ancient, a Slackware-running PII-400 that had served from 1998).

I’m pretty sure there hasn’t been any data loss; I’m having the colo people mail me the disk.

In the interim, I’ve recovered some sites that I had local checkouts of, such as Planet Emacsen, The Federalist Papers, and the family websites.


  1. Now cracks a noble host.
    Good-night, sweet Pentium;
    And flights of emails sing thee to thy rest.

    Chris Radcliff, 28 October 2009