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The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

The continued diary of an experienced C++ programmer. Thoughts on C++ and other languages I play with, Emacs, functional, non functional and sometimes non-functioning programming.

Timo Geusch

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In my previous post, I mentioned that I somehow ended up with a corrupted filesystem on the WireGuard server I had set up earlier this year. That iteration of my VPN server was built on Linux as I expected I would get better performance using the kernel-based WireGuard implementation. It had taken me a while to set it up right, and I didn’t get the impression that the performance was so much better anyway. Keep in mind that I mostly use my VPN server from hotel WiFi and we all know how…

Timo Geusch

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I’ve blogged about setting up a WireGuard VPN server earlier this year. It’s been running well since, but I needed to take care of some overdue maintenance tasks. Trying to log into the server this morning and I am greeted with “no route to host”. Eh? A quick check on my Vultr UI showed that the VPS had trouble booting. The error suggests a corrupted boot drive. Oops.

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