The site continues to run poorly when replying thereby creating duplicate posts because the poster doesn't believe it went through and trys again.
We are currently running the initial backup on the new server, which has to copy all the data. After this is done the backup system will only copy files that change. Unfortunately this initial backup takes some time, about another 12 hours.
Please kindly bear with us.
I did not know you visited Utah every year. I've been here once before back in 2006 and saw only a little of Monument Valley.
This time I'm happy to say that I've made use of the seasonal national park pass and it's covered the cost ($80). We've visited so many parks throughout southern Utah. I'm currently on my way to Zion national park.
Also, crowded you say? I can see some humor in that considering how few people are in this area. :-D. It has been crowded with wild animals.
What the hell kind of datacenter doesn't have backup generators?
Colo4’s true 2N power infrastructure ensures redundancy and reliability for customers with the most demanding power requirements.
11.1MW of utility power
Spare 3.75 MW transformer on site
250 watts/sq ft
Four (4) autonomous N+1 power plants delivering true A & B power supply
Six (6) backup diesel generators on standby
Generators tested bi-weekly and routinely run at full load
Multiple voltages available including 110v, 208v, and three phase 208v
On–site staff constantly inspect and monitor power equipment
If commercial power fails, automatic transfer switches (ATS) immediately activate generators, monitor electric feeds and transfer stabilized loads to generators