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IPv6 web mirror

Hi Josip et al.  About a month ago I posted a question asking about the
possibility of mirroring www.debian.org on the IPv6 Internet.  Josip
suggested that the new web server (gluck) may be able to serve the site
via IPv6, but it doesn't seem like that will be the case.  Gluck doesn't
have any IPv6 addresses at all in its current configuration, and while
we could bug the admin team to get it set up with IPv6 access, I imagine
that they probably have more pressing things to worry about.

With that in mind, I'd like to see about getting my IPv6 mirror made
"official", with a www.ipv6.debian.org AAAA record in the DNS.  The
server is currently running a (manually rsynced) mirror of the web site,
which is available over IPv6 at http://debian-www.ipv6.lcs.mit.edu/

Also, related to this mirror, I'm confused about the URL
http://www.debian.org/doc/books.  There is not a doc/books file under
/org/www.debian.org/www/, so I don't understand how that URL works.  It
does not work on my mirror.


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