Subject: IMPORTANT: sun-lamp.cs.berkeley.edu moving.
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From: William Coldwell <email@example.com>
Date: 06/08/1995 00:37:30
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>Subject: IMPORTANT: sun-lamp.cs.berkeley.edu moving.
>Date: Wed, 07 Jun 1995 12:05:24 -0400
>From: Chris G Demetriou <Chris_G_Demetriou@lagavulin.pdl.cs.cmu.edu>
>Sun-lamp.cs.berkeley.edu, the machine that is currently
>"ftp.netbsd.org" and "sup.netbsd.org," will be migrating
>across the country starting on Saturday, June 10, 1995,
>and will go off the 'net some time in the late afternoon.
>While it's down:
> (1) there will be no NetBSD SUP updates. (Indeed, the
> host "sup.NetBSD.ORG" will be unavailable.)
> (2) FTP access to the latest sources (as of the time
> of the move) and previous releases, etc., will
> still be available from "ftp.NetBSD.ORG."
> (A complete mirror site agreed to take lamp's
> place while lamp is being moved).
> (3) The NetBSD bug database will be unavailable.
>Since the NetBSD mailing lists and WWW server are handled by other
>machines, they shouldn't be affected by the move.
>Hopefully SUP services and the bug database will be back on-line
>by 6/15, but it might take a few days longer.
>FTP and SUP mirrors should probably stop mirroring ftp.netbsd.org
>and sup.netbsd.org no later than Saturday morning. I'll post an
>announcement when the SUP and FTP situation is back to normal.
>Mail for sun-lamp will be queued while it is down.
William Coldwell - Warped Software - http://www.warped.com/~billc
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