Release 5734: Default n98-magerun.yaml configuration file

From this release on we will start placing a default .n98-magerun.yaml configuration file for Magerun in /data/web if no such file exists yet. Previously we already placed this file when a new node was ordered with a Magento 1 preinstallation. But, for the instructions in this article about installing Magento 1 on Hypernode to work […]

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Release 5678: New hypernode-postsuper utility to clear mail queue

In this release we introduce a new command which exposes the capability of clearing out or removing individual items from the mail queue to the app user. The command is called hypernode-postsuper. Use case The common software systems providing email services queue messages as part of their operations. Hypernodes are configured to process a capped […]

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Release 5677: SMTPD limits on low disk space

In this release we have tuned a couple of postfix configurations to safeguard Hypernodes from excessive e-mail volumes. What may affect users is that when the root disk has free space less than 15MB, SMTPD would not accept new requests. We have also adjusted the active queue size in proportion to the enforced mail limits, […]

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Release 5664: Follow migration process from the commandline

In this release we have added a new commandline tool on Hypernode which allows you to track the progress of running jobs for your Hypernode. This enables you to get a better insight into at what part of the process actions are as they are happening. The command is named hypernode-log and can be run […]

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Release 332: Configure additional Hypernode settings using the API

In this release we have extended the functionality of the (currently BETA) hypernode-api to include some more app-level settings. Note that because the API is still currently under active development the exposed capabilities and naming are still subject to change. Last week we made it possible for API users to enable OpenVPN. In a similar […]

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Release-5640: hypernode-vpn a fully automated OpenVPN solution

In this release we introduce hypernode-vpn a fully automated VPN solution for Hypernode, which can be used for securely connecting to your database. hypernode-vpn is based on OpenVPN, with settings optimized for Hypernode. How it works When hypernode-vpn is enabled on a Hypernode, the Hypernode automation takes care of installing openvpn and generating the required […]

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Login to billing portal available

In this release we’ve added the option for our non-Dutch speaking customers to login to their billing portal from auth.hypernode.com. You can click the top right to access the dropdown and should then select the “billing portal” item to gain access. You can then manage your subscriptions there. The billing portal allows you to change […]

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Release 312: Billing portal SSO URL endpoint and general improvements

In this release we’ve introduced a few generic improvements in the API and introduced an endpoint customers can use to retrieve the billing portal SSO login URL for their account. Billing portal SSO URL Non-Dutch speaking customers who ordered their Hypernode can now get their billing portal SSO login URL by calling the Chargebee SSO […]

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Release-5637: hypernode-systemctl CLI introduction

With the recent announcement of the Hypernode-API beta we’re now also able to provide some tools to improve the way you manage your Hypernode on the command line. We’ve introduced the hypernode-systemctl tool to let you take control of certain settings of your node and to allow you to whitelist IP’s. This also provides a […]

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Release 5624: Customer changes now have a higher priority than system jobs and more

Prioritising customer changes in our backend system In this release we have made a big change to our back-end system to decrease the time it takes for customer changes to be propagated throughout the platform when we are running system jobs. Our automated systems periodically perform operations on all Hypernodes, like installing updates, running backups […]

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