Jul 7th Hardware maintenance on VPS node h4

Dear customers,To ensure the smooth running on our services, we need to perform a hardware maintenance on VPS node h4.Because we don't know how long this maintenance will take we will move all VPSes from this node to other nodes, perform the needed hardware maintenance and later move the VPSes back to node h4 one by one.When moving VPSes from one ... Read More »

Mar 29th Daylight saving time clock change - 2019/03/31

As you might already know, on the 31st of March 2019 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 3:00 am localtime the clock will jump to 4:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications (i.e. Java) ... Read More »

Dec 20th New EU VAT rules from 1.1.2019

There are new rules for the EU VAT system that will be effective from January 1st 2019.Since January 1st 2015 VAT was charged to EU customers based on their country of residence - i.e. customers from Germany paid the German VAT, customers from the UK paid the UK VAT, etc.Effective January 1st 2019 this will no longer be the case. All customers ... Read More »

Oct 27th Daylight saving clock change - 2018/10/28

Dear Customers, Please be advised that on the 28th of October 2018 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 4:00 am the clock will jump back to 3:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications ... Read More »

Mar 24th Daylight saving time clock change - 2018/03/25

As you might already know, on the 25th of March 2018 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 3:00 am localtime the clock will jump to 4:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications (i.e. Java) ... Read More »

Jan 6th planned reboots on all VPS nodes

Dear valued customers,We are going to perform reboots and other maintenance on all VPS nodes in order to mitigate the recently announced Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities.We are using kernelcare on our nodes and usually do not need to reboot the nodes in order to install kernel patches. However this time a patched kernel is already ... Read More »

Oct 26th Daylight saving clock change - 2017/10/29

Dear Customers, Please be advised that on the 27th of October 2017 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 4:00 am the clock will jump back to 3:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications ... Read More »

Mar 24th Daylight saving time clock change - 2017/03/26

As you might already know, on the 26th of March 2017 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 3:00 am localtime the clock will jump to 4:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications (i.e. Java) ... Read More »

Oct 26th Daylight saving clock change - 2016/10/30

Dear Customers, Please be advised that on the 30th of October 2016 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 4:00 am the clock will jump back to 3:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications ... Read More »

Mar 25th Upcoming daylight saving time change - 2016/03/27

As you might already know, on the 27th of March 2016 (Sunday) there will be a Daylight Saving Time clock change - at 3:00 am localtime the clock will jump to 4:00 am. This affects only the textual representation of time (also known as "localtime") and not the "unixtime" that Linux uses internally. However some badly coded applications (i.e. Java) ... Read More »