The old Intel® Celeron™ CPU @ 2.60GHz has been replaced with a far more modern Intel® Core™ i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz x 4 processor, the available RAM has been increased from 2GB to 8GB and the server now has 1TB rather than 80GB hard drive space. Performance should be has been radically improved.

A problem with the hypergrid settings has been identified and resolved. The two hypergates were replaced as well.

The upgrade to OpenSim 0.7.5 is mostly complete. Profiles are temporarily disabled now restored.

Given apparently increased performance and memory requirements to run OpenSim 0.7.5, not all simulators (one per region) will be running for the time being, unless and until resources allow a hardware upgrade. It is no longer feasible to run multiple regions per simulator.

Following the recent hardware upgrade, all regions will now be on line as previously.

The current six five regions are now operating from five separate simulators (one is just an empty ocean area and does not warrant a dedicated simulator) rather than all on the same simulator. This should improve memory management, performance and stability for all of these regions.