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  • by vek (2312) on 2002.04.17 13:18 (#7185) Journal
    Are others reaching 'Camelot Naturals' when attempting to go to or is it just me? The DNS I'm using must be somewhat confused methinks :-)
  • Methinks the /. effect took down the server. It's still down as of 0700 CST.
  • Gone. The front page is blank, and all the subdirs you see listed on the google cache return 404. (And a Cobalt Raq 404 screen to boot).

    Oh Well.

  • by scmason (3055) on 2002.04.21 4:00 (#7322)
    Hi, Sorry that the site was down, but it seems that received so many hits (10,000 unique ip's in 2 hours) that it kept crashing the raq it was on at This was due to a tremendous response to an article posted on I have moved the site to an rs6000 running SuSePPC at the lab where I work at the University of Montana. The site is up, and very capable of handling any traffic thrown at it.

    I am interested to see what the consensus here is, the conversation at slashdot degenerated into a "perl is too slow for that" and "you should spend your time on more productive tasks" and "java is better than perl" type thing.

    I would appreciate any feedback! Anyone who wants to contribute some time and coding, there is an interest out there in this project. It's moving like hotcakes! I have been averaging around 400 downloads a day for the last three days.