Telcodata has been converted to InnoDB throughout tonight. It also has a slave replication going finally, so there can be hot backups of the database, should something bad ever happen to it. (There's nightly snapshots taken and spread around, but until now, nothing was replicating any more frequent than that).
We'll see how this affects perfomance tomorrow morning. 🙂 I've got my fingers crossed!
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In other news, I've got a beta version of "Telcodata by phone" going at 248-724-DATA. It's free, so have fun. There's also an open conference bridge at 248-724-2600 to play with for any purpose, any time. Let me know if you have ideas for improvement, or find any issues. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just comment to this post.
And , your shipment goes in the mail tonight.
And today, I ran out of gas and got pulled over twice for an out headlight and a loud muffler. ugh. Some days are better than others.
As of 00:59 livejournal is stupidly broken in incredibly cool ways.
I forgot to mention, one of Timmins Technologies, LLC's projects, Telcodata.US, recieved a writeup in ISP-Planet last month.
Telco Data Goes Open Source
It's not a movement; it's an individual. One person is building a website containing the basic information ISPs need in day-to-day operations that the Bells make tough to find.
by Alex Goldman
ISP-Planet Managing Editor
[April 29, 2004]
By day, Paul Timmins is a networking a security engineer for a small- to mid-sized software company (150 employees). But when he goes home, he enters the mysterious universe of telco language. Isn't that like work too?
No. Not for someone whose hobbies include Ham radio and open source software.
Thought that was pretty cool.