[sf-lug] It's alive*!: Re: SF-LUG - DNS, web site, ..., etc.
Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Mon Aug 24 03:10:26 PDT 2015
Anyway, have taken the liberty ...
it's alive* ...
websites are available again.
In addition to myself, Jim Stockford and Grant Bowman do have the
access to update the web pages and master DNS (and Jim
also has registrar access to update registry DNS).
Also, I do have site again backing up and keeping version control
information on the SF-LUG list roster and full mbox file, but don't
have those publicly exposed on the site (never did for roster, as
some don't want their email addresses exposed - even to list members,
and don't have the mbox file and it's RCS version history available
due to bandwidth considerations - though it is available to Jim and
Grant through their login+sudo access on the site).
*not a high availability nor high bandwidth site/location,
also may take up to nearly 48 hours to be fully accessible and found
> From: "Michael Paoli" <Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu>
> To: "Jim Stockford" <jim at well.com>
> Cc: SF-LUG <sf-lug at linuxmafia.com>
> Subject: SF-LUG - DNS, web site, ...
> Date: Sat, 22 Aug 2015 04:05:37 -0700
> Submitted for your consideration:
> *not* high availability nor high bandwidth
> but if you use (or "temporarily") use that IP for any and/or all of:
> DNS master(s) for sf-lug.org. and/or sf-lug.com.
> it, if NS delegated etc., is operational master, and any IPv4 slaves can
> pull the zones from that IP.
> web site - virtual name hosted, use that IP, and ye olde SF-LUG web
> site is available there.
> Or you can always put 'em somewhere else. Let me know if you need/want
> me to update the NS (& if/as applicable "glue") records through registrar
> (Network Solutions / Web.com) for the registry updates on those DNS records.
> 2. At the moment it's (much) older copy I snagged from sf-lug web site quite
> a while ago ... but it probably hasn't changed ... or at least not
> much. I have fresh backup of sf-lug ... I'll refresh it from that
> in a bit.
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