Due to a Problem with the Provider hosting my Blog, I lost all my data from the last 7 years of writing. I had a local backup, but their backup script messed it up and deleted everything.
I will try to catch up as fast as possible to create new content for you.
I will build up the page during the next days and start blogging as soon as possible.
***UPDATE FROM April 9th***
After some sleepless nights, I could recover most of my content with the help of google cache. I changed my backup strategy as well to make sure I will have a working backup if something like this happens again.
But I still wait for comment from my hosting provider, why my database simply disappeared from the server and why the backup was not working as expected.
They moved me to a different server, so there must be something wrong with the old one.
I couldn’t recover all the comments below the posts, so start commenting again and I will answer your questions as soon as possible.
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Oh no, that’s terrible! Utter frustration… Fortunately, Google Cache has your old articles, so the extremely useful information in them is not entirely lost… https://cachedview.com
Looking forward to future posts (or even reconstructions of old posts) – please keep up the great work you’ve been doing.
Thanks for your comment.
Google is always your friend, so I try to recover from the Google Cache in order to bring eventhe old content back online. Looks like I will have long days and short nights in the upcomming days.
I believe you are quite frustrated.
I have been reading your posts for several years with great interest, so keep up the good work.
Recently, I have been assigned a task to do mirroring on a VLAN to a specifik port in a Comware 7 IRF environment.
I have done a lot of searching, but haven’t found any relevant documents, so I wonder if you have ever come across this ?
Thanks for your feedback. I’m currently recovering using the google cache. Which takes a lot of time, but I’m sure, I will be able to rescue most of my stuff.
I haven’t done port mirroring with IRF so far. But I can check out. Just give me some time.