erlang.org and erlang.se are down!

ke.han <>
Sun Feb 5 13:16:03 CET 2006


I have the resources to host a mirror from my Shanghai server.  The only 
snag is that bandwidth between China and the rest of the world isn't 
always great.  But intra-China is very good.
Someone get in touch and I'll be a full mirror for erlang.org and/or 
trapexit.org.


Vance Shipley wrote:
> How about Eddie on geographically dispersed servers?
> 
> 	-Vance
> 
> On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 10:42:13AM -0500, Ernie Makris wrote:
> }  I know. I said it in jest:) I still think it would be worthwhile to run
> }  with yaws.
> }  If any help is needed, I may be able to devote some time.
> }  
> }  Thanks
> }  Ernie
> }  
> }  Bjorn Gustavsson wrote:
> }  > Using Inets or yaws would not have helped in this case, as
> }  > the problem is that the computer that Apache server runs
> }  > on no longer boots. To achive robustness, Erlang/OTP is not enough;
> }  > you'll need redundant/standby hardware too.
> }  >
> }  > /Bjorn
> }  >
> }  > Ernie Makris <> writes:
> }  >
> }  >   
> }  >> It should be moved to yaws! My vote is in.
> }  >>
> }  >> Thanks
> }  >> Ernie
> 




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