Friday, September 02, 2005
This is an interesting blog (link above)... a former military guy who runs DirectNIC... they're operating on generators from a skyscraper in town. They're down to one fiber connection, and if they go down, so does the DNS for at least a million sites and the hosting for at least 100,000. One of them is an online backup site. Personally, I wouldn't locate an online backup site in New Orleans, but I guess that's not my call. Anyhow, very interesting reading.
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