Veni, vidi, vici

Heh! The whole thing took me less than half a day to turn around, and a couple of hours were idly spent on waiting for DNS changes to propagate.

I have one strange artifact in the Travelog, which I will have to look into at some later time. I also do not yet see the mail server resolved to the new platform. But other than that, burlaki.com is now residing at a new host. And I actually managed to get the cost down to one-fourth of what I was paying before. It’s not that great deal of money, but it makes me happy nonetheless.

If you catch any strange behavior with the website, please let me know. Cheers!

4 comments on “Veni, vidi, vici”

  1. Konstantin

    You were right. Didn’t even notice the transition. I think you are pulling a big one. Nothing changed.

  2. Ilya

    I had a maintenance banner on the front page for a couple of hours, since that was the only way for me to know that the DNS changes propagated. Once I saw that come up as the result of “http://burlaki.com”, I knew that I was on the new host, removed the banner, and everything else was zipped up at the old server and unzipped at the new server, keeping it transparent for you.

  3. Tom

    Ilya, congrats on the move. Saving money is always a good thing.

    Remember that it sometimes takes as much as 3 days for all the various DNS Servers around the Internet to flush and update. Other people may still not see the new site until then.

    Did your new addition make you want to start fresh in other areas? šŸ™‚

  4. Ilya

    Quite the opposite, Tom. I’m finding myself so short on time, I’m looking to scale back as much as I can šŸ™

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