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Postby hechacker1 » Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:36

My mirror! I have 2.5TB of transfer per month hosted with a major hosting company. ANyways, I really don't ever use it all, and I really like RR4, uh Sabayon, since it got me into reiser4.

EDIT 5:
Page is up! Not much, but it works.

http://ordorica.org/Sabayon

still torrenting x86_64 right now.
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Postby ThrnClwn » Tue Oct 17, 2006 11:20

Very very nice.
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Postby cvill64 » Tue Oct 17, 2006 21:04

lol, Fabio is definitly still in charge. I'm a co-lead yes, but I guess he gets the awesome authority to delegate :P Also, I handle a lot more of the administrative duties when not deving, etc ;)

Your 2.5 TB is very nice, but I regret to tell you that might not be enough, as one mirror we killed with 4.5 TB of transfer used in 2.5 days, that was for the mini alone. I tested your server, and its nice a faster, too bad your hosting won't give you more than 2.5 TB /month :P But thanks as usual ! I don't want to deter anyone from offereing, just giving accounts of what's already has happened to previous servers ;P
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Postby lxnay » Tue Oct 17, 2006 22:01

erm... yes... Chris is used to manage the mirrors stuff :)
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Postby hechacker1 » Tue Oct 17, 2006 22:10

cvill64 wrote:lol, Fabio is definitly still in charge. I'm a co-lead yes, but I guess he gets the awesome authority to delegate :P Also, I handle a lot more of the administrative duties when not deving, etc ;)

Your 2.5 TB is very nice, but I regret to tell you that might not be enough, as one mirror we killed with 4.5 TB of transfer used in 2.5 days, that was for the mini alone. I tested your server, and its nice a faster, too bad your hosting won't give you more than 2.5 TB /month :P But thanks as usual ! I don't want to deter anyone from offereing, just giving accounts of what's already has happened to previous servers ;P


it looks like i underestimated my own tranfer; i've managed to build up credit at my host so I have lots of bandwidth and disk space.

Currently: 4696GB of transfer per month. +32GB per week.

So yeah, I realize that these files are huge! but if they come close to using up my bandwidth i'll just put a message saying the files were removed until later notice.
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Postby hechacker1 » Sun Oct 22, 2006 10:07

I've updated the page again, now serving x64 too. Enjoy.
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Postby hechacker1 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 8:03

Bump myself...

I think this post fell off of the radar even though people seem to be wanting mirrors.

Currently have 4984GB of bandwidth now. Use it!

The only reason the iso's are split into parts is because my webhost doesn't allow greater than 2GB files (and wget on their server is too old to support greater than 2GB files).
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Postby cvill64 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 8:23

monitor your bandwidth carefully! we ate one guys 4.5 TB in 2 days, so put a cap on it :)

that's what happened last time we put their mirror to distrowatch
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