Redmine is a project management web application. It comes with plenty of features and this would deserve a post in itself to go through them all but this is another story. We have been using Redmine mainly to track issues and submit new ideas for our applications. Currently, it is in use for D-Sight Desktop and its different plugins and it allows us to make sure that each release get its fair share of bug fix (when needed) and new features.
The beauty of Redmine is that it can be easily self-hosted which really makes it a tool of choice (understand feature-full for a really low price) when getting the company off the ground. In our case, problems started a couple of months ago after our hosting provider decided to go through a server migration which resulted in our Redmine application not being able to run any more.
Following the server migration, plenty of issues started popping up and priorities being what they are, Redmine availability got postponed. Well, as everything else, at some point, this needed to get fixed and this post will detail what needed to be done to restore access.