New Client Reply - [Emule !PXY-914765]: Rename servers to Big Bang

From: <emuletickets_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2007 11:46:37 -0700

New Client Reply: Rename servers to Big Bang

Dylan,<br />
<br />
So, we do need more BiG BanG servers (which I can input). And we're still waiting on Arthur for the MoTD editor change to allow changing numbers, right?<br />
<br />
-Ben<br />
<br />
<br />
----- Original Message -----<br />
From: Dylan Douglas <br />
To: Ben Grodsky<br />
Sent: Thu Apr 05 10:54:34 2007<br />
Subject: New Client Reply - [Emule !PXY-914765]: Rename servers to Big Bang<br />
<br />
New Client Reply: Rename servers to Big Bang <br />
<br />
The Cyberverse servers are for the most part a test bed for the Linux<br />
servers. There are also some VMWare server 2003 machines that are<br />
trying to run the windows version of the server, but have never been<br />
configured correctly. A max of 10 of the 25 should ever be up.<br />
<br />
In other words, these servers are iffy at best and shouldn't be a<br />
concern.<br />
<br />
-D <br />
<br />
>-----Original Message-----<br />
>From: Ben Grodsky <br />
>Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2007 6:13 PM<br />
>To: emuletickets; Tabish Hasan<br />
>Cc: Dylan Douglas; qateam; Randy Saaf<br />
>Subject: Re: [Emule #PXY-914765]: Rename servers to Big Bang<br />
><br />
>Dylan,<br />
><br />
>These are Cyberverse. Ivan and Ty poked around a little bit, <br />
>but we weren't sure what (if anything) to do. The servers are <br />
>up and running various BT programs, but ed2k servers aren't <br />
>running on them right now....<br />
><br />
>-Ben<br />
><br />
><br />
>----- Original Message -----<br />
>From: Emule Support <br />
>To: Tabish Hasan<br />
>Cc: Dylan Douglas; Ben Grodsky; qateam; Randy Saaf<br />
>Sent: Tue Apr 03 17:41:02 2007<br />
>Subject: [Emule #PXY-914765]: Rename servers to Big Bang<br />
><br />
>None of the 66.180.xx servers seem to be up. See my log file <br />
>below. Dylan, are you aware of that?<br />
><br />
>We should change some of the servers in Universal Studios <br />
>server.mets to say Big Bang. There's only a handful of our <br />
>servers in there. You can change these servers, they appear in <br />
>both server lists: <br />
>72.51.38.141:9990 Fat-Server<br />
>72.51.39.152:4242 The Virgin Pirate<br />
><br />
><br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:20 PM: 64.93.90.232 (64.93.90.232:4000) appears <br />
>to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:22 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.79 <br />
>(66.180.205.79:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:23 PM: 66.180.205.79 (66.180.205.79:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:24 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.80 <br />
>(66.180.205.80:6666)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:25 PM: 66.180.205.80 (66.180.205.80:6666) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:26 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.81 <br />
>(66.180.205.81:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:27 PM: 66.180.205.81 (66.180.205.81:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:27 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.83 <br />
>(66.180.205.83:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:29 PM: 66.180.205.83 (66.180.205.83:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:29 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.85 <br />
>(66.180.205.85:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:30 PM: 66.180.205.85 (66.180.205.85:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:31 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.87 <br />
>(66.180.205.87:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:32 PM: 66.180.205.87 (66.180.205.87:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:33 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.73 <br />
>(66.180.205.73:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:42 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.88 <br />
>(66.180.205.88:6611)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:43 PM: 66.180.205.88 (66.180.205.88:6611) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:44 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.91 <br />
>(66.180.205.91:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:36:46 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.95 <br />
>(66.180.205.95:6969)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:07 PM: 66.180.205.95 (66.180.205.95:6969) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:32 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.82 <br />
>(66.180.205.82:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:33 PM: 66.180.205.82 (66.180.205.82:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:35 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.84 <br />
>(66.180.205.84:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:36 PM: 66.180.205.84 (66.180.205.84:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:43 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.77 <br />
>(66.180.205.77:5000)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:44 PM: 66.180.205.77 (66.180.205.77:5000) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:45 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.74 <br />
>(66.180.205.74:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:46 PM: 66.180.205.74 (66.180.205.74:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:48 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.78 <br />
>(66.180.205.78:4661)...<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:49 PM: 66.180.205.78 (66.180.205.78:4661) <br />
>appears to be dead.<br />
>4/3/2007 5:37:51 PM: Connecting to 66.180.205.95 <br />
>(66.180.205.95:4661)... <br />
><br />
>Ticket Details<br />
>Ticket ID: PXY-914765<br />
>Department: Emule<br />
>Priority: Low<br />
>Status: Open<br />
> <br />
><br />
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Ticket Details Ticket ID: PXY-914765<br />
Department: Emule<br />
Priority: Low<br />
Status: Open<br />
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Ticket Details<br />
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Ticket ID: PXY-914765<br />
Department: Emule<br />
Priority: Low<br />
Status: Open<br />

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: PXY-914765
Department: Emule
Priority: Low
Status: Open
Link:http://support.mediadefender.com/support/staff/index.php?_m=tickets&_a=viewticket&ticketid=12293
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:55:50 BST

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