FAQ
and because it's your server, and it's a volunteer job to mirror whatever stuff
you mirror, if you happen to need a little bit of downtime for the server to
work more reliably (security updates, bugfixes etc), that downtime really
shouldn't hurt anybody in the long run :) imho.

Lance Davis wrote:
On Mon, 21 May 2007, Magnus Mor?n wrote:


Hi,

The mirror at Halmstad University is now (since this morning, UTC)
officially in the mirror list and I have seen traffic all day.

Question: Is there any procedure to follow if I must schedule downtime
for the server? (ie downtime for 5 minutes to update kernel *or*
downtime for one day (or more).
Well, downtime for 5 minutes noone will notice - unless they are in the
middle of a long download ,get kicked off and they arent in a position
to resume ...

Downtime for a day or more will be picked up by our systems and the
listing will automatically drop off our website etc.

In my experience when we are told about small outages - we dont look at
the emails until after the outage has been and gone ....

Regards
Lance

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