canadian mirror

Eric Robibaro robibaro at ROBIBARO.COM
Fri Feb 28 17:20:16 GMT 2003

Connectivity from where I am is just perfect, which is why I was making the 
You mentioned on-list that you might convert to a commercial 
hosting(dedicated server) for and .biz.  Have you found 
your host?

--On February 28, 2003 17:14 +0000 Julian Field 
<mailscanner at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK> wrote:

> At 16:59 28/02/2003, you wrote:
>> I was thinking of contributing a Canadian mirror for my North American
>> colleagues.  The server I have in mind is located in a very nice spot for
>> connectivity, etc...
>> How would I get to mirror the contents? Any suggestions? rsync servers?
>> etc...
> I would personally prefer not to have a mirror site. It's a very generous
> offer, but it makes it much harder for me to work out all the site
> statistics (number of unique sites visiting both servers, for example). It
> is currently connected to a network which has a 20Gb core with 1Gb
> trans-atlantic bandwidth. The slowest piece of the entire net is the
> 100BaseT connection from the server to the switch, everything after that
> is >= 1Gb.
> Is connectivity from Canada really bad?
> I'm very grateful for the offer though :-)
> --
> Julian Field
> MailScanner thanks transtec Computers for their support

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