[Berkman-sysadmin] berkman mirror
mark at indymedia.org
Fri Mar 17 17:45:04 PST 2006
just backup would be a good start,
my rdiff-backup is out of date at this point, I
havent updated since berkman was having serious
network problems a while back (a faulty router
upstream from calyx)
and, the drive I was using is only 200 gigs so no
longer big enough for everything.
On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 09:54:31 -0800, lotu5 wrote:
> mtoups at indymedia.org wrote:
> >> a _Mirror_ System would need
> >> - a squid mirror for the website
> >> - a full icecast relay with all mount points using the "Master-
> >> Slave Relay" Feature of Icecast2 (http://www.icecast.org/docs/
> >> icecast-2.2.0/icecast2_relay.html)
> >> so what do we want? :)
> > it sounds like lotus is interested in a way to keep services running
> > when there is berkman downtime. unfortunately both of the points in
> > the sf-active code in cvs supports a mir-like static mirroring system
> > which would work well for the website. but last time i checked the
> > sf-active version on berkman was a few versions out of date as it is.
> > and that won't help at all with icecast.
> It's true, that I'm thinking of both having backups because we're
> relying on radio.indy as a long term archiving solition, but also in
> having some services available when the machine is down, so there is
> less noticable downtime.
> What I had in mind was something similar to the way we mirror the static
> files and media from mir onto ahimsa. So when the main server is down,
> only posting is unavailable but all the content is available.
> Are there a lot of places that use the icecast streaming on radio.indy?
> We don't, we have our own server and just post to the directory of
> streams on radio.indy.
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