Way back in 2002 Yahoo acquired Inktomi who was largely know for their search products. Their software powered some early search engines like HotBot in the pre-Google days. One of their lesser known products was something called Traffic Server. Even if it was lesser known it was still used by ISP’s including AOL, who in […]
Posts Tagged ‘infrastructure’
A few days ago I mentioned I was having some DNS issues. I’m pretty sure they are resolved as the last few days I haven’t seen anything odd. It seems the primary nameserver did not bump the SOA when it updated. As a result one of the other DNS servers was out of sync. Why […]
There’s some DNS funny business going on with this blog the past several days. I’m still trying to figure out exactly where the problem is. DNS has always been one of my least favorite things to deal with.
This server will be moving to a new data center tonight (Tuesday sometime between 1 – 7 AM EST). If your feed reader reports that I’m down… that’s why. Edit: All done. Successfully moved to it’s new home.
I’m going to make a giant proposal to the web. Identifiers suck. Email, IM, Phone, etc. Most people have more than one of each. Lets fix that. Step by step.
This and other sites of mine will experience a few outages this weekend as the servers move to a new temporary data center. Update: Server is snug in it’s new home. Will be moving again to a permanent new data center.
So much to touch on, and not much time. From the mozilla.org minutes… – Firefox fans burned down the FTP farm Perhaps it’s time for Mozilla.org to setup a few slots for “the regulars’, devs and dedicated beta testers, so they can continue work regardless of release schedule. It’s the second release that took me […]
This server has been occasionally getting slow. Perhaps networking, perhaps load. If anyone finds it to be fast or slow, leave a comment. If it’s slow, a traceroute would be nice.
Server’s been moved to a new Data Center. Now with Sprint connectivity. Should notice it’s now a bit more zippy. Sprint is much faster than Verio. Pings are looking great. Hurray for more speed.