It looks like I am buring up more hard drives than I can buy around here :)
We are not losing the debian.org drive but we are losing drives that are
not even being used yet.
I am currentyl making tape backups of the system and therefore are
stopping uploads from happening. (and downloads for that matter.)
Anyway yesterday we had problems with our Fiber Optic Ring here on campus
which caused us to lose 75% of the packets going across the line. Today
that has been fixed by CISCO and we are back running except I am making
Folks I have two choices for you..
1 I bring the machine down now to fix the problem and unpgrade the OS to
current released version.
2 I wait for Christmas break take the machine down for "3 Weeks" and do
it up right. This also means the machine will have its ups and downs over
the next three weeks while we wait.
Matthew S. Bailey
107 Emmons Hall
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
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