Fri Oct 11 10:00:59 UTC 2002
On Thu, 10 Oct 2002, Vernon Schryver uttered the following: >> From: Sean Rima <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >> Are the anon servers down. My mail log if full of: >> Oct 10 18:20:02 bsod dccproc: sendto(dcc.dcc-servers.net >> (126.96.36.199,6277)): Connection refused >> >> but the IPs are different. I did a cdcc info and only one server is >> responding :( > > As far as I can tell, all 7 of the public DCC servers have been > working for some time. I say that based on RRD-based graphs for > each of them using 10 minute polling as well as ssh connections > between a couple of of them and various DCC flooding connections. > > The second graph at > http://www.dcc-servers.net/dcc/graphs/?resol=1day is based those 7 > sets of data and shows no gaps today. > > This new report is also consistent with what I've often suggested as > the cause of many other problems you've seen, intermittent routing > problems near system. Seems strange because ATM, cdcc info is reporting dcc.dcc-servers.net,- RTT+0 ms anon # 188.8.131.52,- coral.ely.pg.gda.pl WEiAPG server-ID 1072 # 277.88+0 ms RTT 64 ms queue wait # 184.108.40.206,- calcite.rhyolite.com # not answering # 220.127.116.11,- dcc-1.be.wanadoo.com wanadoo-be server-ID 1016 # 251.26+0 ms RTT 57 ms queue wait # 18.104.22.168,- z.dcc-servers.net # not answering # 22.214.171.124,- irc-ssl.sackheads.org # not answering # 126.96.36.199,- gypsy.xactcommerce.com # not answering # 188.8.131.52,- dcc.etherboy.com # not answering It could be a local problem, but I am not sure. Sean -- Sean Rima http://www.tcob1.net Linux User: 231986 Jabber: email@example.com THE VIEWS EXPRESSED HERE ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE OF MY WIFE.
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