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Re: Debian's machines and net access

On Fri, 16 Jan 1998, James A. Treacy wrote:

> > I have some stats on apache at 
> > http://www.debian.org/~jgg/debian.org.stats.html. We push about 100M a
> > day out of va.
> > 
> I noticed you had done that after I set it up.
> http://www.debian.org/~treacy/analog.html is updated daily.
> I am planning on keeping the logs for a few months (and a cache of stuff older)
> so we can track usage. If you are interested in anything to do with the web
> pages, you should subscribe to debian-www. It is low volume.

Sure, what's another mailing list. I have been doing maintiance on va for
the past while for debian-admin...

Also, fyi, you can get some current stats on the apache server from
'http://localhost/server-status' the ACL is setup to only allow
connections from va, the information might be sensitive (who knows).

It seems people really enjoy mirroring things like the lists, and I once
saw someone mirror the whole site from .jp, they even mirrored the cgi
output <shrug>.

One of these days I am going to bother debian-www about setting up some
'urns' for the web page and the ftp mirrors, I would like to use that as
the way Deity gets the mirror lists.. But I haven't got that far yet :>


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