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Migrated successfully. Going to try for an upgrade, too.
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And success there, too. Glad that was easy. Glad I procrastinated as last time I checked there were VM incompatibilities. Seems like they have improved their stack. Plenty of disk headroom now.
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And fully patched :-)
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There was a few minutes downtime there with the distribution upgrade - the database app got removed (but not data) and I had to install the "drop in replacement" (why it didn't self-upgrade, not sure). Back in action, though. Much newer software with crusty old forum, so if you notice anything weird, let me know :-D
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A few more minutes down time today as invalid SSL conf stopped the web server from starting after a further upgrade.

FULLY upgraded now, which is awesome for a 13 year old VPS/machine :-D Never reinstalled/replaced. Definitely a pet. May as well keep feeding it and upgrading it, I guess :-D
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And another upgrade, now we're on a 64 bit kernel and not in the dark ages :-D
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Ha, I'm surprised this works. I'm half way through a cross-migration from 32 to 64 bit packages and it's not going smoothly :-D Alas, I know what I'm doing so I'll be okay.
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Ha, still works, new mysql now 64 bit :-D
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And for a little while there we couldn't post! OLD forum code and MUCH newer PHP = not happy combo. Now on latest forum software and latest tooling under it. Themes and mods absent. Need to tweak a few things, probably. Let's have a play and see how far this tool has come :-)
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I'm not much of a fan of the default theme. If you'd like to suggest 3.3.3 compatible themes that are similar to the old one or modern/attractive, please go ahead. I'll probably put some time into reviewing some in the next few days.
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