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Started by zaqrack, March 09, 2003, 01:30:53 AM

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today my home server was set up, so please welcome him:

Intel P100, 1GB HD, 32MB RAM, 12kb/sec uplink, running freebsd.

Not so much, but enough for a home router

for an SQL server.
From today the site's database has been moved to this computer. It's almost 24h online, but because my provider drops my connection every 24th hour, the DNS forwarding must re-initialize, and it can take 1 minute up to 1 hour. During this time databases (scores, forum) are unavailable.

This machine is not only hosting the SQL database, but I directly edit the files and the DB here, so you pipsqueaks, and please ONLY pipsqueaks can access the latest stuff always (when not reiniting) at:

Site is directly mirrored of course to which is open to the public.
12kb/sec is not much, but should be enough for us, pipsqueaks, who want to check out latest scores, and use the forum. Please note that it's the connection and server I use at home, so if you overload and/or abuse it I'll be really pissed off and shut it down.

web based IRC client is only available from webdream for security reasons.

so, feel free to use as a backup, or instead of

hope you'll be more satisfied with the site


p.s.: th following two week is testing phase. If my connection will be overloaded I'll apply some restrictions.



The forum can be revived now.
But we can't be quite sure.

al il professore

yeah lets go on insulting each other without restrictions. This was an undue ceased fire.
It is reasonable to expect that genetic influences on traits like IQ should become less important as one gains experiences with age. Surprisingly, the opposite occurs.


Quote from: zaqrack on March 09, 2003, 01:30:53 AM
Intel P100, 1GB HD, 32MB RAM, 12kb/sec uplink, running freebsd.

Unbelievable parameters after 10 years.


indeed :) I don't know the date we moved to the hosted server - it was well worth the monthly fee of 4EUR.


However, internet seemed to work better than now.

In 2005, my low class notebook was fast with Windows XP (256 MB RAM, 1.3 GHz CPU).
In 2013, XP runs incredibly slow, even with 3 GB RAM and 2.0 GHz dual core...


don't forget to compare websites from 2005 to today :)