Any particular reason why these have to be hosted on the same machine?

There are lots of good free mailing list services out there (yahoogroups being
one) that handle high traffic lists. I can definetly see the rationale behind
having a dedicated machine for CVS/bugs and private mailing lists, but is that
really necessary for php-general/php-dev/php-cvs etc..?


On Wed, 20 Jun 2001, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

> > Rasmus (or anyone):
> >     Can you quantify what consumes for bandwidth on
> > average? As long as it's not some completely outrageous figure, I can
> > meet all of these criteria...
> Once you add the cvs server and the snapshots it would eat up the better
> part of a T1 consistently.  Perhaps not quite 1.5M, but probably in the 1M
> range.  384K is definitely not enough just for the lists.
> -Rasmus


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