On Fri, Oct 05, 2007 at 01:05:56PM +0100, Miguel Lopes Santos Ramos wrote:
> > From: "Marc G. Fournier" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Percentage Change in September from August:
> > Overall +12.8%
> > FreeBSD - 7.4% (5008 hosts)
> Numbers have gone down as to what FreeBSD is concerned.
> I think it's because the bsdstats script is becoming a bit of a pain...
> - The script keeps being changed and updated...
> - The script now wants to run on startup, which is a pain. Why? What was wrong
> with monthly reports? Why the haste? In my case it runs before an HTTP proxy
> up and running... I had to disable it. Why on earth enabled by default? That's
> not what most ports do... The FreeBSD user is usually expected to manually
> enable the port after installing it.
> - Only now I realised that it is still reporting monthly... Otherwise it would
> have been deactivated for my machine.
I don't have any problem with running on start-up, or daily, or whatever
(as long as it's not in constant communication with the mothership,
sucking up bandwidth and system resources). I just wish that, succeed or
fail, it wasn't so damned slow. I don't need my bootup time or my
networking restart time slowed down by several minutes.
CCD CopyWrite Chad Perrin [ http://ccd.apotheon.org ]
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