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first round of checking mirrors, cleaning unavailable ones


Based on http://www.de.debian.org/dmc/today and
http://lists.debian.org/debian-mirrors/2006/08/msg00012.html, the
mirrors that are not accessible at all (and were already unavailable one
month ago) have be removed, and I sent an emailsto the respective admins
of :

-Site: ftp.index.hu
-Site: natasha.stmarytx.edu
-Site: mirrors.rcn.net
-Site: debian.marked.no
-Site: debian.3wsi.net
-Site: ftp.ipv6.opentransit.net
-Site: mirror.ipartners.pl
-Site: cdn.mirror.garr.it
-Site: debian.ihug.com.au
-Site: mirrors.engr.arizona.edu
-Site: mirrors.terrabox.com
-Site: debian.spark.net.gr
-Site: debian.vicnet.net.au
-Site: debian.vinita.lt
-Site: ring.hosei.ac.jp
-Site: debian.savoirfairelinux.net
-Site: debian.usla.org.ar
-sunsite.ust.hk (debian directory is empty)

Given the number of mirrors, I tried to avoid flooding the BTS or

http://mirror.debian.org/status.html end prematurely after:
9...debian.fastbull.org [?] 

Does someone has access to this script ?


Simon Paillard

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