Sun May 14 13:59:26 CEST 2006

New hardware

A month ago Cyberpipe donated a dedicated Xen virtual machine running on a host with four AMD Opteron processors to the Tablix project. This made several nice things possible:

Debian packages for the amd64 architecture built from CVS snapshots are now available from the Cyberpipe's server.

Jorell Tablix web front-end got upgraded. The new version fixes several bugs fixed and enables you to choose your preferred output format for your timetable. The average waiting times also dropped significantly, since the new dedicated machine is able to process one timetable per hour (compared to the previous 3 timetables per day).


Posted by Tomaž | Categories: Servers