On Friday 30 April 2010, 12:01:11 Jiri Kosina wrote:
On Fri, 30 Apr 2010, Nikanth Karthikesan wrote:
does anybody in the audience know, what happened to
I haven't got any messages from it since yesterday morning! :-(
No, I don't either. But this seems quite off-topic here. Better
contact postmaster(a)vger.kernel.org for help.
How can one do that if vger.kernel.org
is down? :)
It's a bit offtopic here, but when the thread was started anyway ...
I'm sorry, but I've looked around and couldn't get a single sign on this
issue, and asked here, since it is at least tangentially related ;-)..
RedHat seems to have lost the power in the main
hosting center, which is
After the power has come up, vger is not responding on the system
management board nor the PDU. It's currently up to the hosting center
staff to physically look at the machine. Which hasn't happened yet,
apparently (or has happened, and there is some other issue, I don't
I'm happy to not stick in the body of the responsible person..
I imagine, that it's going to get interesting when vger comes back, and the
backlog strikes back. Now I understand, why they emphasize the usage of ECN
so boldly: http://kernel.org/pub/linux/docs/lkml/#s14-2
While at it and getting back on topic: for what reason does SUSE disable ECN
We can just enjoy a few days to have actual work being
done instead of
wandering through tons of mails, can't we? :)
This is an opportunity of course.
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