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Our fast reliable servers and web solutions allow companies of all sizes to build and maintain a solid presence on the Internet. If
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Our servers are monitored by multiple systems, 24 hours a day. Should a problem arise, a technician will be paged within 5 minutes.
We are 100% Canadian (owned, staffed, and located).
May 12, 9pm: We're having some hardware issues with the physical
machine hosting the servers called seventeen and eighteen. This is
beginning to look like it is going to require an onsite visit.
That'll take 30 minutes in the simplest case. Hmm, no, I'm going
to bring these up on another node. It'll take about the same
amount of time, but then I can take my time with the hardware.
10pm: ok, eighteen is up... working on seventeen. Sorry, I take that back
... networking is not working correctly. 10:17 ... Ahh, it is, but damn cisco's
cache MAC entries for hours.
10:42: ok, I believe seventeen is up, which fixes the last
of the customer visible issues. -Tom
April 28th: 11 pm: We have moved the accounts on the server ten to the new facility.
April 28th, early: We have moved the accounts on the server radar2 to the new
April 20th, 9pm: We have moved the accounts on the server nine to the new
April 14th, 8:45 pm: We have moved the accounts on the server nineteen
to the new facility.
April 13th, 11:59 pm: We have moved the accounts on the server twentyone
to the new facility.
April 13, early am: We have moved almost all of the accounts on
the server called twenty to the new hosting facility.
April 10th: There was a significant (Bell) network problem that affected all
of our accounts hosted at the Bell co-location facility (most of them). We
are actively in the process of transfering away from Bell and expect to
be done within two months.
Note: Many of the local ISPS are blocking connections
to SMTP servers outside of their network. If this affects you
(e.g. you're having trouble sending mail), you may need to change
your email client to use the MSA port (587) instead of
the SMTP port. See
http://baremetal.com/support/email_msa.html for more details.
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