OpenBenchmarking.org Server Migration In Process
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 29 January 2016 at 05:13 PM EST. 2 Comments
PHORONIX --
This weekend OpenBenchmarking.org is being moved off to some new server infrastructure for preparing for the new OpenBenchmarking.org, delivering HTTPS by default, and yielding quicker load times for both it and Phoronix.com.

The migration just started for OpenBenchmarking.org as a forewarning if trying to access the site directly, rely upon the Phoronix Test Suite with its OpenBenchmarking.org integration, or notice issues in loading graphs within Phoromix.com articles.

The transition will hopefully go smooth and by Saturday morning (EST) hopefully all OpenBenchmarking.org traffic -- including all the graphs in Phoronix.com articles -- will be riding off the new server powered by an Intel Skylake Xeon, 64GB of RAM, and SSD storage. Though for some it may take longer for the new DNS information to propagate.

Later in the weekend I'm planning to enable the public beta of the OpenBenchmarking.org overhaul. Thanks for your patience and please let me know if you run into any problems accessing Phoronix.com (namely the graphs within articles) or OpenBenchmarking.org itself.
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