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Re: i18n.debian.net is back (and so it the DDTP|DDTSS)

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 6:59 PM, Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
> Quoting Martin Bagge / brother (brother@bsnet.se):
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>> On 2012-01-24 07:25, Christian PERRIER wrote:
>> > If we could find someonewanting to host a machine and eventually
>> > donate one, we could imagine getting churro's disks to that person
>> > and rebuild the service with it: new machine, new hosting...but still
>> > the old content.
>> What do we need?
>> I got a machine just sitting around that got out of space for running a
>> (amd64, i386) mirror. Not sure about the specs but it is well connected
>> (Swedish University Network) and people at hand if something strange
>> would happen.
> What's needed is a reasonably fast machine (preferrably
> i386|amd64). As churro was installed around 2006 and was at that time
> a "good" standard machine, I think that anything more recent is fine.
> Disk space  might be a concern as churro has a local mirror (can't
> check numbers right now for obvious reasons, but IIRC disk space on
> churro is not that gigantic).
> Memory should be something above 2Gb for performance reasons (again,
> IIRC...to be checked on churro).
> And bandwidth is probably the most important : the more the better.
> As for network access, incoming mail, ssh (port 22), http and https
> are needed. We need i18n.debian.net to point to the machine's public
> IP.
> And, as you mention, a local, reliable person to contact in case of
> problems is very obviously mandatory.
> This is roughly what I remember.
> The ideal situation would be duplicating churro disks to avoid a full
> reinstall.
> Whatever happens to the current churro, having this handy as a
> possible backup would be great. For that, we again need churro to be
> back to life....and maybe this time have someone to investigate why it
> got berzerk.

I am trying to do my best. I am 100 kms away from Churro today and my
more local contact is in Brussels :))


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