RE: dedicated servers

From: Dylan Douglas <dylan_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2007 10:36:18 -0700

G-
 
Some of them can, but I wouldn't want the ones that have high loads
(anything that is lying and saying it has a lot of users/files) to have
other stuff on them. Doing something like that would have to be done
carefully and kept track of.
 
The Linux servers have taken a "major back-seat." I'm working on DC for
the Windows servers, since the back-end processing is going to be needed
for the Linux ones anyway. When it's finished, we will be able to get
almost 5 times the data that we are getting now. The time I can devote
to the Linux servers wouldn't be enough to get them to a level where I
would be comfortable with them replacing the Windows ones.
 
When SLSK is finished, I'll be able to refocus my efforts back to Linux.
 
-D
 
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Dylan Douglas
MediaDefender
"dyed-in-the-wool online scalp hunter"
 

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        From: Ben Grodsky
        Sent: Friday, August 03, 2007 1:36 AM
        To: Dylan Douglas
        Cc: Jay Mairs
        Subject: dedicated servers
        
        

        Dylan,

        Do your Server Beach dedicated servers running ed2k servers have
left over CPU or bandwidth that someone else could piggy-back on? Or
would that potentially make the servers less stable and not be worth it?
Also, I know you're spending most of your time on getting Soulseek back
up to a functional level and on MiiVi back-end stuff, but where are you
with your ed2k linux servers? Are you still working on stability for
those? Has the ed2k linux server project taken a major back-seat?

        Thanks,

        Ben
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:56:03 BST

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