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Re: Broken Internet?
On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 10:25:08PM -0800, Roeland Meyer wrote: > Good, then you won't mind paying for my renumber then ... BTW, having gone > through this excersize a number of times, you are wrong. I depends on what > types of services you are ruinning on how many hosts and the complexity of > your distributed clusters. The ones that gave me the greatest heartburn is > my Oracle DB cluster. Why, exactly, does your Oracle DB cluster need to be in routable address space? Are people connecting to it from outside of your company? > But, my root zone cluster was almost as bad, followed > closely by my web cluster and my Win2K AD/DDNS domains. Of course, > re-engineering a /24 onto a /27 ate a bunch of time. Oh yeah, since the > revenues were flat-lined, I couldn't afford to pay the SA staff and I had to > do it myself, whilst also fending off the legal notices of those excersizing > their software escrow clauses and others whom were P-O'd about my TLS > servers being suddenly off-line. 60% of that /24 are various forms of server > cluster. You decided to run a business on DSL, and now you're paying the price for that. You really have nothing to complain about except your own bad judgement. Why is this thread still going? --Adam -- Adam McKenna <firstname.lastname@example.org> | "No matter how much it changes, http://flounder.net/publickey.html | technology's just a bunch of wires GPG: 17A4 11F7 5E7E C2E7 08AA | connected to a bunch of other wires." 38B0 05D0 8BF7 2C6D 110A | Joe Rogan, _NewsRadio_ 12:16am up 25 days, 8:03, 8 users, load average: 0.49, 0.37, 0.14