[CentOS] OT: centos.org web site not responding
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Fri Mar 20 18:39:28 UTC 2009
On 3/20/09, Lanny Marcus <lmmailinglists at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/3/20 Tru Huynh <tru at centos.org>:
>> On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 11:02:46AM -0500, Lanny Marcus wrote:
>>> ae_cw_10g.databank.com 0.0% 111.6 113.6 110.7
>>> 126.5 4.8
>>> pod22h_ae.layeredtech.com 0.0% 116.8 115.5 110.7
>>> 139.7 8.7
>>> ??? 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
>>> 0.0 0.0
>>> 184.108.40.206.static.reverse.ltdomains.com 10.0% 111.4 117.4 110.9
>>> 140.3 9.8
>>> [root at dell2400 ~]#
>>> > So, from this point of view, L3 seems to be losing >some packets.
>>> At the end, when I ran the mtr command you used, ??? is losing 100% at
>>> one router within layered tech.com (the hop after
>>> pod22h_ae.layeredtech.com) and the next one,
>>> 220.127.116.11.static.reverse.ltdomains.com is losing10%?
>> 18.104.22.168.static.reverse.ltdomains.com is www.centos.org
> Tru: And it's losing 10%? There seems to be a larger problem, before
> it gets to that server, within LT. If you read the last few messages
> in this thread, posted this morning (GMT -5 here), by me, Rainer and
> Per, the LT Tech should be able to track down the problem(s) within
> their DC. Take care and thank you! Lanny
Tru: Until Rainer showed the command he used "mtr -c 10 -r centos.org"
I was unaware of it, until this morning. Possibly the 10% loss at the
server is OK? I just used that command, to both of my web sites in CT.
They are on shared hosting, in different DCs and with different
network carriers. Both of them have that 10% loss shown. The
traceroute to centos.org that Per did from Sweden this morning seemed
to die, within LayeredTech, as I recall. I don't believe the problem
to the CentOS server is on Level3, but I do see problems to my site
which uses Level3, on 2 Routers in Atlanta and 1 in Washington....
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