[MUD-Dev] Mud Network Setup

David Bennett ddt at discworld.imaginary.com
Fri Mar 3 11:24:24 New Zealand Daylight Time 2000


On 3/3/00, at 10:59 AM, Todd McKimmey wrote: 

>However we also do our development on the machine, running a CVS
repository
>and we also run our website. Most of the time it's not a problem, but in
>times of heavy web traffic to our site, or numerous code/database
checkouts
>(check-ins don't create as much of a problem because of the massive amount
>of downstream the machine has in comparison to upstream), it can drag the
>line to its knees.

So your saying bandwidth is an issue then? :)

We get 140 people on most of the time and 32k hits on the web site a day
(average).  We are running close to annoying the people we are currently
situated with and are probably going to need to move to another site at
some point soon.  We were thinking about DSL, but I am a little worried
that since it is a shared bandwidth thing that we will run into bandwidth
problems when using it.

co-location is an option, although it is somewhat expensive ;(  Does anyone
know of a good co-location site in Seattle?

Good luck!
David.



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