12 MAY 2016
Easter has passed but hopefully you wouldn't say no to one last Easter Egg full of little surprises! The new Synnefo version 0.17 has just been released and we are pretty sure you will get excited with all the new features.
Let's see what is hidden into it:
Pithos+ Web UI: rewritten from scratch, it is modern, faster and easier to use. In other words, it looks good and lets you do more. Thanks to the new, responsive layout and revised functional design, Pithos+ is now accessible and functional on touch devices. The intuitive sharing mechanism, and the ... read more
10 MAY 2016
Hello ~okeanos users,
We are happy to announce that on Thursday, May 12 2016 we will be doing a major upgrade to the ~okeanos service, with a new version of the Synnefo software.
The upgrade will start at 08:00 EET and we expect it to last 3 hours, until 11:00 EET.
During the upgrade Astakos, Cyclades and Pithos+ Web UIs and their APIs will be unavailable.
Your standard-storage VMs and Pithos+ files should remain unaffected. However, the disk of your archipelago VMs may freeze for a few minutes in the above timeframe.
After the upgrade, you will be able to ... read more
26 APR 2016
We'd like to inform you about scheduled maintenance/upgrade for ~okeanos service between 08:00 EET and 10:00 EET on Wednesday, April 27.
Your VMs and Pithos+ files should remain unaffected.
Maintenance is expected to cause disruptions to ~okeanos services. Astakos, Cyclades and Pithos+ Web UIs and their APIs will be unavailable for a short time during the upgrade.
No loss of connectivity is expected for the VMs.
Thanks for your understanding,
the ~okeanos team
10 MAR 2016
Due to infrastructure maintenance and security upgrades, the ~okeanos service will be disrupted between 18:00 and 20:00 EET on Wednesday, March 16.
Any running virtual machines will be temporarily shut down during maintenance and automatically restarted afterwards.
Keep in mind that you should restart any running services that won't start automatically after a reboot.
We are sorry for the inconvenience,
the ~okeanos team
17 FEB 2016
Hi ~okeanos users,
A new critical vulnerability in glibc has recently been discovered. This security issue is a stack-based buffer overflow problem, which can be exploited by malicious users to execute code remotely. This affects all Linux systems.
Because of this, we strongly advise you to update immediately the glibc packages in your operating system and restart your virtual machines immediately after the updates.
In order to update Debian and Debian derivative systems you may execute:
and for CentOS/RHEL:
the ~okeanos ... read more