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Re: svn.collab.net?

From: Scott Lamb <slamb_at_slamb.org>
Date: 2002-12-18 08:45:28 CET

Michael Wood wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 17, 2002 at 04:55:02PM +0100, Peter Gervai wrote:
>
>>I got this reply in email:
>>
>>
>>>http://subversion.tigris.org/project_source.html
>>>You'll find the IP address there.
>>
>>And the page says:
>><quote>
>> (Some people have reported DNS lookup errors for `svn.collab.net'.
>> The IP address is 216.127.237.133, in case you should need it.)
>></quote>
>>
>>I would think having backup NS is cheap nowadays. [Naturally I can
>>offer slave servers (as probably most of us can), if anyone at
>>collab.net/subversion team would need it.]
>
> [snip]
>
> Extra slave servers aren't going to help much... They have two slaves.
> All three authoritative servers were broken.

All four, actually:

    NS1.COLLAB.NET 64.125.134.21
    NS2.COLLAB.NET 64.125.178.141
    NS3.COLLAB.NET 63.211.145.15
    NS.HYPERREAL.ORG 209.237.226.90

How could they all fail at once? I mean, this is why the slaves exist,
so they can respond if the master goes down. If they go down at the same
time, no goodness. php.net's four servers also failed me earlier today.
(I did "dig @theserver cvs.php.net" for each, none gave an answer.) Is
this just really weird luck? (Should I buy a lotto ticket?) Or are the
slaves in the same room as the master? Or are they misconfigured to be
more dependent on the master than they should be?

I could also offer backup DNS, if there's something wrong with these slaves.

Scott

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