Due to an issue in the core of Danish E-infrastructure Cooperation (DeIC), formerly known as "Forskningsnet/Darenet" the services at dotsrc.org except irc.dotsrc.org which is hosted elsewhere, has unfortunately been offline from friday night until today this afternoon. The underlying problem has not been fully resolved yet, so some unstability may occur this evening. DeIC expects to have the issue resolved early Tuesday morning. We are sorry about any inconvenience this may have caused our users. [Read More]
This evening we are moving some servers between two racks and installing some new hardware. This means that the mirror service will be offline for about 10 minutes.
Mirror server online again
The server was unfortunately down from 21:55 yesterday until 6:35 today. We apologize for any inconvenience.
New monitoring server
Today we have set up a new external Icinga monitoring server which can inform us of downtime via e-mails and sms's. This should enable us to notice downtime much faster and hence improve the uptime of our services.
New name servers
We changed name servers for our .dk domains a few days ago. In that transition we made an error, which was corrected again, but some users may experience problems reaching the services from dotsrc.org for a period of time because of negative caching. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Our main switch broke down today, resulting in our services to be unavailable from 8:25 to 11:15. The switch has been replaced and all services are available again.
We have moved away from a filesystem that was causing troubles, and are now back online and in sync on all primary mirror activities.
Unfortunately mirrors.dotsrc.org has been down today from 20.53 until next morning 8.58. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We have received reportings about large delays in usenet postings. We are looking into the issue.
Mirror server disk upgrade
We have upgraded our mirror server with additional disks. 6 x 2 TB in a raid10, giving us 6 TB more storage and more I/O performance. Thank you to our sponsor Cabo Communications for the disks and Per Mejdal for a disk controller for the disks.