> And what could the list do about it which I couldn't do about it? There
> are more than four hundred subscribers to the ilug list, and I'm one of
> them. However, I'm the only one who can do anything about apache on
> lugh being down. Mail *me* if you think it's down, not four hundred
> random people.
I was of the understanding that you were not the only person with root on
the box. So incase on person is away, another can fix - hense mailing it
to the list. But if your the only person with root on it, then fair
> (It wasn't, by the way. Indigo did lose connectivity for a few minutes
> earlier this afternoon, but the services on lugh remained alive.)
Weird, as I could connect to port 25 on it, and ping etc. Just couldn't
connect to 80. Oh well, its working now, so who cares.
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