On Mon, 2006-06-12 at 13:27 +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 12 Jun 2006, at 12:50, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> >> From 13:14 to 14:06 there were 0 hits recorded in the logs for the
> >> site . Traffic levels didn't return to normal (arbitrarily defined
> >> for this site as hundreds of hits/minute) until 14:28.
/From the "Full marks for your imagination anyhow" dept:
This site was on a different type of domain (e.g. .lu instead of .com
or .ie) and there was something wrong with the dns on or route to the
first server everyone asks about .lu, and _nothing_ wrong with your box.
That would even explain the slow return of full traffic.
What's more interesting (and I'm not sure you can figure it) is this:
What happened to the people currently on the site at that time? Did they
get cut off? Is it virtualised in a way that some strange <expletive
deleted> way that some twit could tell it it didn't exist?
/From the FWIW dept:
Actually, It's the "Marie Celeste" but we all made that leap without
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