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> I have no problem with ads being put there, but they should load at
> least as fast as the rest of the site. They do so currently, but not
> always, it seems...
The ads are coming from another site, ads.area902.com; thus they are at the
mercy of the speed of that site. However, from the Area902.com home page:
"Welcome to area902.com. Our site is a new way to understand more about
Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Area902.Com is a Free Service provided by Hub.Org Networking Services"
Because hub.org is also displaying the postgresql.org page on the same subnet,
so the disparity should in theory be quite controllable. *If* we are going
to keep the ads (and my vote is a strong nay), can we not just have them
served from the same computer and domain?
> FTP is just over 800MB, plan for growth.
> WEB is just over 90MB, can't tell you what to plan for there.
Sorry to be dense, but what time period is this for?
> On www/ftp.us I don't even notice the bandwidth, it's less than the normal
> traffic for Pop4 (an ISP) and the streaming audio uses up even more than
Sounds like the mirrors could easily absorb more of the traffic from the
main page, especially once we get an easier mirroring system in place.
Greg Sabino Mullane [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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