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Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 03:55:18 +0400
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: ftp mirror

On Tue, Oct 22, 2002 at 03:09:10AM +0400, FreeLSD wrote:
> btw, i can setup mirror on the elvis... if you need it.

(owl-users: that's another ISP in Moscow, connected via different
international channels.)

Yes, it would make more sense to have the ftp2 on a different ISP, or
maybe just make it ftp3. ;-)  Let's discuss the details in private.

> > The average bandwidth usage for ftp{1,2} during the
> > day after announcing Owl 1.0 was around 2 Mbps (over 20 GB downloaded
> > in one day).  (They're currently both at DataForce ISP.)  People on
> > fast links have also been getting transfer rates of hundreds KBs per
> > second, including many all the way to the US, and in a few cases even
> > over 1 MB/sec (Europe only).  Nergal said the number of downloads was
> > similar for (it's on a slower link, though).  For
> > other mirrors, I don't know.


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