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FloridaClay

Member Since 20 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 23 2011 05:06 AM

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In Topic: [Completed] Fresco Server - Restoration Completed - File System Check Competed

21 June 2011 - 08:50 AM

Everyone who is going to perform a regular cpanel backup raise your hand (*hand raised*)

In Topic: [Completed] Fresco Server - Restoration Completed - File System Check Competed

21 June 2011 - 06:32 AM

So should the sites be back online? If so, I'm not seeing it...


Sorry, I'm on Eastern Time and didn't realize that you are on Central Time so I thought your comment was made an hour ago. Actually, it appears as though it was just a few minutes. Didn't mean to be pushy...

In Topic: [Completed] Fresco Server - Restoration Completed - File System Check Competed

21 June 2011 - 06:27 AM

The server has checked out ok, I watched the file system check and only a few cache files (like for WordPress with SuperCache) were damaged and, as such, removed. All system files appear to be OK.

We do have some DNS updates to make for accounts that were affected by the DDoS before the file system issues occurred so some sites may show a cPanel default page for an hour or two.


So should the sites be back online? If so, I'm not seeing it...

In Topic: [Completed] Fresco Server - Restoration Completed - File System Check Competed

20 June 2011 - 08:41 PM

I'm not an expert, who can explain this to me?: In this situation some data may be lost from the restore but we *should* be able to restore the individual files as long as they're not system files.

In Topic: [Completed] Fresco Server - Restoration Completed - File System Check Competed

20 June 2011 - 07:39 PM

Mike,

Thanks for all of your hard work on this issue. I, for one, am extremely thankful that you performed backups as you advertised. It wasn't too long ago that another hosting provider claimed that they performed backups; when their server(s) went down, no backups to be had.

In light of the comment that this has happened a few times recently, Moving forward, isn't there a way to determine what site is under attack? If so, can't you ban that site (unless it is my site :unsure: , pleeaaaseee, don't let it be my site (fingers- crossed)?