The Lantern Lodge Hotel

The Lantern Lodge Hotel is a small privately run hotel situated on the cliff top right next to the South Devon Coastal path overlooking the secluded fishing village of Hope Cove with its Devon thatch cottages, clean, sandy and safe beaches

We have maintained the Lantern Lodge website a number of years now and it has just gone through a refresh converting the site to a fully responsive design and introducing some new photography from around the area

http://www.lantern-lodge.co.uk/view_icon

Server maintenance cancelled

Please be aware of the following scheduled maintenance is now CANCELLED.

Maintenance Start: 20:00 BST 22/10/2014
Maintenance End:   04:00 BST 23/10/2014

The data centre has informed us that the testing process has highlighted some unexpected behaviour in several of units that were due to be installed during this maintenance window. This unreliability is frequent enough for them to no longer feel comfortable deploying these units in the production environment. They  are liaising with the manufacturer about this fault but it means that for now they do need to postpone indefinitely this round of infrastructure upgrades.

New security vulnerability POODLE

Another day, another security vulnerability.  This one nicknamed POODLE (come on seriously?), This affects an old version of SSL(v3) and most people are now dropping support for this as its a very old version and dropping it will only effect people running something like IE6 on XP (without service patch 3) which if its you then shame on you!

Server maintenance

Maintenance Start: 20:00 BST 22/10/2014
Maintenance End:   04:00 BST 23/10/2014

Our servers will be unavailable between 23:00-00:00 BST – the expected actual downtime to be significantly less than this.

Reason for Maintenance:

As part of the ongoing improvement to the data centre where our servers are located they are  enhancing the fault tolerance of the power feeds to our racks. This will  require the power to the rack holding our servers to be shut down to allow for the fitting of additional hardware.

Impact on service:

The rack which our servers are installed will be powered off for a brief period of time.

Shell Shock

As you may have heard a new security vulnerability nick named shell shock has been discovered in specific set-ups of the Linux operating system. While the servers we host our sites on are running a variety of Linux that has been found to have the vulnerability please rest assured that all our servers have had the latest patch for this vulnerability  applied as soon as it was available and none of our servers or sites has been effected by this issue.

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