Re: The good, old times

From: Devrim GÜNDÜZ
Subject: Re: The good, old times
Date: ,
Msg-id: 1295340180.2424.90.camel@lenovo01-laptop03.gunduz.org
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In response to: The good, old times  (Mladen Gogala)
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 Re: The good, old times  (Devrim GÜNDÜZ, )
  Re: The good, old times  (Dave Page, )

On Wed, 2011-01-12 at 08:49 -0500, Mladen Gogala wrote:

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> 7 kilobytes per second???  That brings back the times of the good, old
> 9600 USR modems and floppy disks.

The machine is serving 40-50 Mbit/sec, and 90% of its traffic is for
pgrpms.org. I'm hosting the server in Turkey, and it is my own dedicated
machine -- but eventually it will be moved to a machine under
postgresql.org infrastructure soon, so it will be faster, I believe.
Sorry for the current setup -- it is the only machine that I can host
RPMs safely.

We are also *considering* to use FTP mirrors as RPM mirrors, too, but I
won't promise that now.

Please keep looking at http://yum.pgrpms.org for updates.

Regards,

--
Devrim GÜNDÜZ
PostgreSQL Danışmanı/Consultant, Red Hat Certified Engineer
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