Server Migration is Now Finished!

This weekend I finally moved all my Web sites and databases to my new server. Everything went pretty smooth, although I am sure there'll be a few small problems.

With the migration, I finally have my public Web sites, including Imar.Spaanjaars.Com on a dedicated server. This means I can safely stop or reboot my other systems without interrupting the Web server. I also added a couple of large disks to my system so disk space is no longer an issue.
This migration is something I have been planning to do for a long time, so I am really pleased that everything is done now.

Although automatic error logging is on (I get an e-mail automatically whenever an error occurs), it's still possible that not everything works as expected. If you do find something odd, please let me know.

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