TR: Re : Shadowfax (LFS server) is in need for a new home

Johan Lenglet johan at linuxfromscratch.org
Ven 25 Oct 01:01:46 PDT 2002


Bonjour a vous,

comme vous avez pu le lire sur http://fr.clfs.org ou directement sur lfs.dev
shadofax (le serveur principal de LFS) est en quete d'un nouvelle hebergeur.
Vous trouverez en bas de ce post le mail de Gerard sur lfs-dev mais avant
mes questions et ses reponses.
Donc je suis pres a la sacrifier pour la cause ma connexion adsl mais je ne
sais pas si ca peut-etre suffisant ;)

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Gerard Beekmans [mailto:gerard at linuxfromscratch.org]
Envoyé : jeudi 24 octobre 2002 17:54
À : Johan Lenglet
Objet : Re: Re : Shadowfax (LFS server) is in need for a new home

On October 24, 2002 08:45 am, you wrote:

> Do you want me to try to find a new fr.lfs.org host ?

For now that might be a good idea. I can't host a lot of things on the
temporary host.

> Do you want to find a North American host a world host to host shadowfax ?

Doesn't matter.

>  - do you have some relations for an internship in Canada, USA  or
>    somewhere else in the world as network administrator ?

I don't sorry.


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Subject: Fwd: Shadowfax (LFS server) is in need for a new home
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 16:05:00 -0600
From: Gerard Beekmans <gerard at linuxfromscratch.org>
To: ALFS Discuss <alfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org>

Hi guys,

Shadowfax, the main linuxfromscratch.org server, is in trouble. Our current
host VA Software will cease to provide colocation for the server at the end
of this month (so that means 7 more days) because of reorganizations in
their
IT department. All free-colocated servers that are not part of the
SourceForge.net network will be unplugged and sent back to their respective
owners. So that means in about two weeks I'll have the LFS server sitting at
my house.

I will take the opportunity to rebuild the server, maybe do some hardware
upgrades, but mainly put an LFS-CVS system on it. But then what...

As you can see, LFS needs a new home. We've tried contacting some ISPs but
nothing worked out. Either we don't get a response at all, or a rejection.

When the server goes offline, LFS won't die. Jesse has offered his server as
 a backup. Email will keep going, including mailinglists, as well as CVS.
The
 web and FTP sites will be offline but Jesse's apache listening to
linuxfromscratch.org will contain the list of current mirrors we have so
books and packages can still be downloaded. IRC too will keep going.

So, development of LFS will be impeded since Jesse's box has as a strict
bandwidth limit (he gets charged when he goes over 10 GB/month, currently
we're doing 23 GB/day so we need to cut down seriously, though cutting out
FTP and HTTP will probably leave us with only a few dozen MB's a day. Email
doesn't take all that much).

While LFS will be limping around a bit (pardon the pun) I'm requestion
assistance from you LFS'ers. Is there anybody on this list who is able to
co-locate the LFS server? I must point out that I don't make any money off
LFS and personal funds aren't available to pay for it.

If a new home for the server can't be found, I'll probably fall back to
using
sourceforge.net's servers for all the bandwidth intensive stuff. However
colocation is of course preferred. It gives us a lot more freedom as how we
implement LFS and what services we provide and how they are provided. For
one, we'll probably have to get rid of the FTP archive because I currently
don't have access to the FTP mirrors to make updates.

Then the mailinglists archives: I don't want to burden Jesse's box too much
(regenerating the mailinglist archives daily is very CPU and I/O intensive
and it also uses up a lot of bandwidth (currently 10 GB/month or something
like that).

If you are able to make an offer, please contact me directly instead of
using
this list. It'll be quicker for me to go through personal email.

If you need details as to what kind of bandwidth the server is using when
 it's used in its current capacity, visit http://stats.linuxfromscratch.org

You'll find the MRTG graphs in particular most useful, as well as the
bandwidth stats. They give you the montly totals and the average contineous
upload speed (our current annual average is 1400 Kbit/sec, though the last
month it has been increasing to closer to 2500 to 3000 Kbit/sec)

Thanks guys,

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Gerard Beekmans
www.linuxfromscratch.org

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