chime down, moving hard drives to new hardware

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I think we're almost done here.   ETA 20 minutes.

Okay, we're back.  as an explanation, chime has had unknown hardware issues that has been causing it to reboot.  I took the hard drives and put them in a newer HP DL160.  so you are now on an intel cpu and not a amd.  but I will give you more ram, as that server has 72gib vs. 32 on the old chime. 

Note, this is bad, even though the hardware is faster/better because I moved from amd to intel CPUs.  If you have a custom compiled kernel, this could cause you issues.  (if you are using a distro kernel, it should just work as it did before, except maybe a bit faster.)

Now, I need to catch my flight to scale.

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