V-soft Upgrades Database Server


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Cedar Falls, IA, and Kansas City - Jul 28, 2009 - V-Soft is upgrading its Linux database server facilities by moving them to Kansas City. The new V-Soft dedicated server is housed on a main Internet trunk line in a 14,000 square foot facility. The server provides a guarantee of 99.9 percent uptime with multiple providers, BGP4 bandwidth (KCIX, Cogent, Level 3), 400kW diesel power backup and a full UPS system, utility power from multiple redundant grids, and 120 tons of N +1 redundant cooling.

The V-Soft websites have already been updated to connect to the new server, which will be used in tandem with the old server until approximately Aug. 7, 2009, at which time the old database server will be phased out. Users using the automatic executable and database update features of the V-Soft programs will need to update their programs with the latest versions, now found on both the new and the old servers.

FM Commander users will be required to reset the automatic updating feature of the program by selecting the Task button found under Settings > Defaults on the program's main screen window and responding to the autoupdate wizard.




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