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2018-06-27 Thread Joel Esler (jesler)
That's Sacramento. Either way, the exact locations of the dots isn't important, the dots are the locations of the Cloudflare Points of Presence where the updates are cached. > On Jun 27, 2018, at 12:50 PM, Paul Kosinski wrote: > > There is indeed a dark green dot at San Diego, but there also

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2018-06-27 Thread Paul Kosinski
There is indeed a dark green dot at San Diego, but there also is a dark green dot inside a large medium green circle covering the Bay Area. It didn't show in the image you just sent, so I have attached a "Save Image" capture of the Twitter item. P.S. This is "Legacy" Twitter, with Javascript

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2018-06-27 Thread Joel Esler (jesler)
It's a little deceiving at that scale, the dark green dot in that area is actually San Diego. [cid:F8F422B1-7EDD-40BE-B690-07B59E85110A@vrt.sourcefire.com] It just depends on the mirror people were connected to, and now, they are being served by their closest location, as opposed to the

Re: [clamav-users] Tweet by ClamAV - Cloudflare

2018-06-27 Thread Paul Kosinski
Assuming my map reading is correct, it looks like the San Francisco area saw the biggest improvement. Why wouldn't they have had really good service to begin with? On Wed, 27 Jun 2018 14:25:47 + "Joel Esler (jesler)" wrote: > I generally wouldn’t copy a Tweet over to the mailing list, but

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2018-06-27 Thread Joel Esler (jesler)
I generally wouldn’t copy a Tweet over to the mailing list, but I though you all might like to see this. — Joel ClamAV (‪@clamav‬) 6/27/18, 10:13 Improvements since we've moved the update infrastructure to