New server infrastructure

We have been busy upgrading all Gurock Software services and websites to new servers this past weekend. Since the launch of our test management software TestRail earlier this year, we introduced a new hosted trial to make the evaluation of the product easier. The hosted trial has been quite popular so we decided to put this on a dedicated machine.

Additionally, we wanted to separate and our blog from our website for performance and security reasons, so we also put those sites on different machines. The good news is that our websites should become a lot faster because of the server move, especially If you notice any problems, we would appreciate a quick email.

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  1. Posted July 6, 2010 at 12:52 | Permalink

    Thank you for your wonderful site (DelphiFeeds).

  2. Posted July 6, 2010 at 13:37 | Permalink

    Thanks Mohammed, glad that you like it!

  3. Posted July 6, 2010 at 16:34 | Permalink

    I look forward to my DelphiFeeds email every day. I have really learned a lot from the listed stories! You are doing a great service to our community.

  4. Posted July 6, 2010 at 16:55 | Permalink

    Thanks Neal!

  5. Posted July 6, 2010 at 17:14 | Permalink

    strange that in all this time noone ever mentioned nor fixed the problem when inside every time I click on a link a double delphifeed header is created. In other words, the new frame is created including the delphifeed headings inside the previous frame, at least that’s what’s happening in my case with IE (tested with v6, 7 and 8). Thanks for the site though, really nice center to dig for delphi stuff.

  6. Posted July 6, 2010 at 17:18 | Permalink

    ..for example; click on the delphifeed on this article and then pick an article from the list..

  7. Posted July 6, 2010 at 17:33 | Permalink

    totem, I’m not sure I understand the issue you describe. Do you mean that if you click on a posting on, then somehow navigate from the blog posting to again (e.g. with a sidebar banner on the blog), and THEN click on another posting on, that you see the double header thing?

    Because except of this rare scenario, there shouldn’t be a double header, ever. Please note that you can also disable the header completely by creating an account on and disabling this feature under ‘My Settings’ > ‘Hide bar when visiting blog postings’.

  8. Zlatibor B Urosevic
    Posted July 10, 2010 at 09:43 | Permalink

    Great Work Guys!

    It nice to have centralized Delphi news on a single site organized the way you did and working like a charm…