Attention all users:
Sunday Morning about 3AM we suffered a catastrophic malfunction which was then compounded by a power failure about 7AM. We have a virtual drive that has failed. The physical drives seem fine. I have rebuilt the mapping functionality we lost by working Sunday and this morning on it. Currently, 2:25PM Monday, I am backing up the server before any attempt is made to rebuild the damaged drive. Things may be a bit slow during the backup process and, as of right now, I do not know if we will need new hard drives or if these are salvageable. It may be time to simply virutalize these servers. I will do my best to keep the site up and running through the process of fixing this issue. So, if it is not available when you try please note that I am working on it and calling or emailing me will just slow the process of fixing it since responding to calls and emails will take time from the actual work that needs to be done and I am doing all I can.
I have not had time to examine all the functionality of the site and if you do find something that is not working please email me that information Email:Tori and I will get to it as soon as I can.
Thank you for your patience,
Update: The virtual drive was rebuilt and everything appears to be running normally once again.
We have had a lot of issues with this server and the Landmarks Commission web server. The county has recently created a virtual environment where we can create virtual servers. It is very likely that in the near future this server will be virtualized. While you will not notice a difference, it will require that I take the server offline for a weekend (It is likely to take 30 to 40 hours to complete) to let the software create a virtual machine from the physical machine. Once we move to the virtual world, there is more redundancy which means less downtime to our users.
We are always working to make things better,