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    Wow! For volunteers, you guys really know how to let everyone know how a project is going. I wish I had you guys available to work on something that I have to deal with in RL. Excellent descriptions/explanations indeed. I haven't had a chance to play in ages, but it's probably time I took another look soon =)

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    Wow, amazing work. Thanks to everyone involved!!

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    Impressive, most impressive!
    Can't we all just get along?!!

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    Very nice. Very nice indeed. Good work to all.
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    freakin amazing, thanks @TheAnswer for the hard word on recovering the data at that time. Mastered every prof on my main and would hate to regrind that any time soon ;_; Cheers to the team for your continued work over the years!
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    Damn, this just proves the insane amount of work that goes into this project behind the scenes. I've said it before but thank you guys for all the hard work you put in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellyssia View Post
    Very nice. Very nice indeed. Good work to all.
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    I've taken to Googleing (Googling? LOL) some of what Lordkator wrote about to understand it more. Pretty impressive stuff. Not to gush repetitively, but feels very sleek and very pro.

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    Excellent write up! I appreciate the work that goes into upgrading the environment on a scale such as this. There are a lot of moving parts that are beyond just having a play-test server (Basalist) and a test-test server (Nova) running SWGEmu code. It was killing me this past August when there were posts getting all upset over backups and notifications. Crap happens. It is what you do after the crap happens that makes the difference.
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    Beautiful and elegant infrastructure

    I used to be a DBA for a major motion picture studio here in the US, so I totally appreciate how you've designed things. Having a roll-forward feature is priceless.

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    Would be an amazing system to work with and probably expensive. Hope it improves paths and pings for us Western Europeans.

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    Awesome stuff, thank all of you so much
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    Reading the description it mentioned that Bas has been moved to the new hardware but the diagram shows Bas outside the k8s cluster? Has Bas not been containerized yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naveed View Post
    Reading the description it mentioned that Bas has been moved to the new hardware but the diagram shows Bas outside the k8s cluster? Has Bas not been containerized yet?
    No, due to the incident we decided it was higher priority to move it and test containerized version of Nova and other stuff.

    Also basilisk db is 600G and requires an incredible amount of IO bandwidth, we wanted to make sure we could bring it up clean first and have the ability to A/B test in a container, with network volumes etc.

    That said basilisk in a container is on my backlog...
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