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Re: GoDaddy.com shuts down entire data center?
- From: Matt Ghali
- Date: Mon Jan 16 14:43:50 2006
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On Mon, 16 Jan 2006, Richard A Steenbergen wrote:
Heh, I used to work at a small hosting shop out of 55 S. Market- it
was (then) called BBN Planet. I guess these schmoes rent a cage from
Genuity (or whatever they are called now).
FYI, Nectartech is a small hosting shop out of 55 S Market in San Jose. I
wouldn't describe them as a "datacenter", since I don't think they own or
operate any facilities.
Seriously. You need to be spewing a lot of cak onto the net for your
_domain registrar_ to take notice.
Perhaps if they ever managed to find "the command to make two routers talk
to each other and be redundant" (a real quote from what has been loosely
described as their network admin, I'm not kidding, you can't make stuff
like this up :P), their next step might be to find the command to make dns
servers talk to each other and be redundant.
The rest is just some random blowhard web hosting customer who
The priceless part is that we probably never would have noticed, had
he not had the hubris to record the conversations, and then publish
the URL to them. I love it when the lusers are nice enough to
clearly identify themselves.
gets off on being an ass and blaming everyone but himself and his
choice in hosting companies.
Hardly an uncommon sight. :)
The only thing necessary for the triumph
of evil is for good men to do nothing. - Edmund Burke