[axxs-sysadmin] Cat at lyst refugees
cam at earthanarchy.org
Wed Sep 13 23:59:35 PDT 2006
Dave Fregon wrote:
> we have 2000Gig a month both ways available on axxs.org, 18 gig is
awesome. I was thinking that it was 100GB. I musta had my wires crossed.
, we were doing 80+gig a month for a while with just melbourne,
> when we had NY indy, boston and the UK indy's with rsyncing etc, it was
> around 800gig a month traffic all up. Engagemedia.org are looking at
> funding a 100Mbit pipe into the machine atm as well (we are on 10).
more good news, i like it. Three cheers for engage!
> Bandwidth isn't really an issue, more than load on the machine for many
> of the other sites (there's was a massive list? what is to come over?).
what is to come over? I don't know if that has been totally decided yet.
I think some clarity on our processes is needed. Who is responsible
for what websites? The failure of cat is something I don't want to
happen to axxs. I think with cat too many projects came on board with
nobody taking particular responsibility. And also the geeks who
maintained things at the OS level slowly dropped out, leaving
infrastructure corroding. This includes myself. I feel very worn out.
There are lots of systems cat has running and I couldn't keep track of
How many people here have sudo? Who has been doing the OS maintanence up
What was pabs responsible for? Might something break that we don't know
about while he's away?
Is there a contact on this list for every project on axxs.org ?
To clarify with the sites I proposed before. I will be a 'contact' for
sydney indymedia and jura.org.au. I will be talking to a couple of
people in the IWW about their site. I don't want to take direct
responsibility for it. So is it required that somebody from IWW be on
> Time has been nasty to me atm,
I think that happens to everyone. Any ideas on how to deal with this
would be good. Too much commitment brings burnout, which can affect more
than just the person getting burnt out.
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