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Month: May 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Que Pasa Bro -- What be the Story Tim?

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 16:01:02 -0500
> On 21/05/12 02:42, Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>> The bug tracker can be exported and imported as XML files!
>>> I'm a firm believer in a VPS for trinity in the long run. Most offer
>>> 99.9%
>>> guarantee uptime and are cheap enough that for probably around hundred
>>> to
>>> two hundred  a year we could have a stable web server. This would hold
>>> bugzilla, website whatever else. Also the connections are business
>>> class
>>> so
>>> no more slow website under heavy load.
>>> I know funding would be the major blocker would in that idea.
>>> Calvin
>> "Business class" does not mean "fast".  I have "business class" to the
>> TDE
>> servers already.
>> The cost will be much, much higher BTW, as you would also need to factor
>> in a very high bandwidth connection from the servers that remain here
>> (build farm, etc.) to the VPS.  This could easily run upwards of
>> $1000/month.
> How much bandwidth and storage are needed by Trinity, or its various
> sections?

Storage runs into the Terabyte range.  Upload bandwidth runs at a
*minimum* 300GB/month and download is several times that.

Needless to say, not cheap. ;-)