Fully migrated to new server

About a month ago, I migrated the webserver and parts of the radio to a new server. More specifically, the parts of the radio that got migrated was the broadcasting, but the transmitter stayed put on the old server. But I have now also migrated the transmitter, meaning the entire radio station is now operating on the new virtual server. This should significantly reduce the amount of downtime experienced since the virtual server is no longer subject to sudden power outtages or hardware failures.

This means more listening time for you!

Migrated to new server

The webserver and parts of the radio station have now migrated to a new server. A virtual server, that is! Why, do you ask? Because I like extremely complicated server setups! Jokes aside, the actual reason for this move is that now the webpage will always be up and running, no matter what happens in my apartment. The transmitter, however, is still running on a server in my flat as I haven't yet decided whether I should migrate that part since that would involve copying all the MP3s. But maybe that's not such a bad idea after all, now that I think about it. In any case it's already past bedtime so I'll deal with that some other day.

Since the bandwidth on the virtual server is limited per month, I have decreased the listener count back to 10 until I'm sure we're not hitting the bandwidth ceiling.