Two things. I guess hetzner is still doing maintenance because the
server unexpectedly rebooted for the second time today.
Second, I just set up unbound as a recursive resolver with DNSSEC. It's
not available publicly, just locally. You don't have to do anything new
to use it.
I'll mention this on IRC as well. I pruned some older SSH host keys from
~inst, so some of you may get an error when connecting that the
fingerprint doesn't match what's expected.
You may double-check the new fingerprint by checking the SSHFP record. I
also put it on the web site below the language/shells list.
gcc-8.3.0 is finished building. The binary names are prepended with an
'e' to differentiate them from the binary names for gcc-4.2.1 which is
I'm going to take the server down tonight at midnight UTC, 20:00 EDT.
It will take about an hour to image the disk in its entirety. After that
has completed, I'll upgrade the server to OpenBSD 6.6, which will only
take a few minutes. However, upon finishing the upgrade, I'll need to
spend some time upgrading the packages, recompiling some other software,
etc. I'll keep sshd down until I feel like the server is mostly usable
Once it comes back up and you can log back in, please mail
admins(a)tilde.institute if you find anything that's broken or otherwise
not working as expected.
I'll send a reminder email out in two hours, one hour prior to the
If you want to be notified as soon as you can log back in, connect to
irc.tilde.chat elsewhere and hop in #institute, where I'll announce it.
Otherwise, you can give it a shot around 02:00 UTC / 22:00 EDT maybe. No
guarantees on that.