[lm-sensors] Netroedge legacy server is offline
phil at studiogeologie.com
Thu Nov 12 00:13:21 CET 2009
On Nov 11, 2009, at 10:12 AM, Philip Edelbrock wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> On Nov 11, 2009, at 8:29 AM, Jean Delvare wrote:
>> Hi Philip,
>> On Tue, 10 Nov 2009 19:13:19 -0800, Philip Edelbrock wrote:
>>> We're relocating and trying to consolidate/phase-out some
>>> equipment at
>>> our company. One side effect is an old server that hosts some
>>> mirrored files as well as some legacy files for Lm_sensors is
>>> right now.
>>> If the files aren't easily and quickly relocatable, I might just try
>>> to bring that old beast back online until I get some time to do a
>>> proper relocation to a better server/service.
>>> I've put a note on the Lm_sensors wiki download page noting the
>>> temporary outage.
>>> Sorry for the late notice, I only just realized that there was still
>>> some Lm_sensors files still being hosted there by FTP.
>> Thanks for taking care. I'm not totally sure how temporary or
>> the outage is supposed to be. If it is temporary, I guess we can live
>> without a mirror for a few days or weeks... at least until the next
>> lm-sensors release.
>> If permanent, then we have to look for a different mirror server.
>> Although this is not necessarily very appealing, I could host the
>> myself if needed. This is only 37 MB of data total (34 MB for
>> lm-sensors and 3 MB for i2c), nothing frightening.
> I can likely get the old server back up this week (today, I hope)
> and then we can look at relocating those files elsewhere. I think I
> can probably get those moved off to managed hosting server we have.
> In any case, we should have plenty of time to figure out a more
> permanent home once I get the old server moved to the new office and
> fired back up.
OK, the mirror is back up! I removed the notice from the download page.
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