Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
>> I'm a Linux system admin, and web developer, so I could help with 
>> troubleshooting, upgrades, hosting (have my own shared server), 
> 
>   The problem is really hosting.  For some reason, the machine, a
> virtual server with approximately 20GB disk space, stops responding to
> HTTP queries (or SSH, etc.) when the main partition is about 99% full or
> so.  Patrick Gundlach, who runs the server, has already discussed
> options to migrate it, but the situation has remained the same for the
> last few months.  We have not attempted to diagnose the problem (in case
> you have any idea ...).
> 
>   Actually, now I think about it, you would certainly be welcome to run
> a mirror of the Garden in the U.S., since Patrick's machine is located
> in Germany.  This would probably be even better than simply replacing it
> (and of course still leaves the particular problem to be solved on the
> German server, but it must have happened three or four times in the past
> six months, so it's not that terrible either).

if i remember right, taco could provide a bigger vm; in that case 
mirroring can be part the game

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