newsNews: Mail down :(

 
 
Latest News
The git service has moved to the new server posted by rwp, Sun Dec 4 00:38:44 2016 - 0 replies
Savannah is migrating to updated systems. posted by rwp, Wed Nov 30 23:56:33 2016 - 0 replies
Savannah suffering networking problems posted by rwp, Fri May 13 22:58:25 2016 - 0 replies
Savannah https SSL certificates updated posted by rwp, Fri Mar 25 05:32:10 2016 - 0 replies
Savannah IPv4 address has changed posted by rwp, Sun Aug 9 20:07:57 2015 - 0 replies
[180 news in archive]

Mail down :(

Item posted by Mathieu Roy <yeupou> on Fri Oct 18 10:30:52 2002.

For the first time in the past 3 years, mail is 100% down at gnu.org
during 48 hours.

The cause of the trouble is independant of the gnu.org setup.

We hope to have everything back on line on the next 24 hours.

Please accept our apologizes for the inconvenience.

In emergency case, only about Savannah (this mail server trouble is not) you can contact Loic Dachary loic@senga.org (only major issues) or me at yeupou@coleumes.org

Comments:

New projects? (posted by Haakon Nilsen, Sat Oct 19 12:21:13 2002)

Just before or during the time this happened, I submitted a request for a new project at Savannah. I haven't heard anything yet, so I'm wondering if the mail downtime has anything to do with it, and is there anything I should do? If the mail my request generated has been lost, should I re-apply for the project?


Mail lost? (posted by Jordi Mallach, Fri Oct 18 18:40:55 2002)

Hi,

Has the mail sent to lists during these two unfortunate days got lost, or should we expect a mail queue flush at some point?

I'm missing some posts to nano-devel, at least.

Thanks to the GNU admins for their work.


System status (posted by Pavel Roskin, Fri Oct 18 15:38:04 2002)

I was logged in on fencepost.gnu.org at 4 am EDT on October 16 when the connection was shut down. It has been two days since then and no mail. I guess some mailing lists have put me into the nomail mode already.

It would be nice to have system status somewhere, maybe on http://www.gnu.org, which is up. My guess is that the whole GNU network in Boston is disconnected.


   

 

Back to the top


Powered by Savane 3.1-cleanup