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From ":: Ikmal at i-ownur dot info ::" <ik...@i-ownur.info>
Subject Re: Mirror for Apache.
Date Tue, 18 Mar 2003 18:45:29 GMT

The http://myapache.mybsd.org/ is another mirror is setup under MyBSD
Organization on another server.  Because I one of the member of MyBSD
Organization, they ask me to do that again in their server and maintain it.

http://myapache.i-ownur.info/ is my personal project and all the mirror are
located is different server.

About the frequency of update,  I will change it to every 6 hours.

Thanks & Regards,
Ikmal.

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http://www.i-ownur.info/
http://www.slayernetworking.com/ikmal/
http://staff.mybsd.org.my:81/ikmal/




--------- Original Message --------
From: mirrors@apache.org
To: mirrors@apache.org <mirrors@apache.org>
Subject: Re: Mirror for Apache.
Date: 18/03/03 05:38

>
>
> On Thu, 13 Mar 2003, ::ikmal at i-ownur dot info:: wrote:
>
> &gt; Hi all,
> &gt;
> &gt; I just set-up new Apache in Malaysia.
> &gt; The location is at Cyberjaya.
> &gt; Update every 3 hours.
> &gt; The URL:
> &gt;
> &gt; http://myapache.mybsd.org.my/
>
> OK.  Got it.
>
> But I'm a little confused.  Is this in addition to
> http://myapache.i-ownur.info/
> which you also manage?
>
> It seems that having four apache mirrors in Malaysia might be a little
> excessive.
>
> Also, your updating frequency is a little higher than we recommend.
>
> Joshua.
>
>
>
>
>

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