Book Rendering

Randy McMurchy randy at
Tue Dec 5 19:41:15 PST 2006

Bruce Dubbs wrote these words on 12/05/06 20:37 CST:
> Randy McMurchy wrote:
>>  Is Belgarath still scheduled to render every
>> night?
> Anduin does it from a cron script.  See /usr/bin/
> there.  It does require belgarath to be up for svn and ssh though.  I've
> received a couple of messages that indicate name server problems.

I suppose I'm too much out of the loop at this point to figure out
what you mean. All I know is that I cannot access Belgarath right
now, and I don't understand what Anduin has to do with it.

Never mind. I'll just wait until Monday (sheesh, and today is only
Tuesday) and see if we don't have a new server then. What really
confuses me is that there is 1/4 of the traffic on Belgarath that
it used to handle, yet it is down almost every time I try to
1) send mail
2) look at Trac
3) update my sandbox
4) try to commit something

Belgarath is worthless. Can't someone take it off-line and simply
have a message on index.html that says the project is on hold for
a while?

Surely it could handle serving one HTML page and nothing else.
That would be better than what we have now. At least folks would
know that the server admins realize there is a problem. Right
now it simply looks like there isn't anyone that can handle server


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