Re: [SI-LIST] si-list crash

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From: Neven Pischl (npischl@cisco.com)
Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 10:07:31 PDT


Ray,

here it is again. I sent an email two days ago, after my last mail that I sent to to you, but is has not appeared on the SI list. I wander if it is sitting on some server or if there is any other problem.

I'd appreciate if you can look into it. Unfortunately I don't have a copy with me at this moment, because I sent it from my home computer. It was a posting to the topic "Trace impedance Selection".

Thanks,
Neven

At 02:51 PM 11/5/99 -0800, you wrote:
>
>si-listers:
>
>si-list has experienced a major software crash. (not connected with
>the problems we were experiencing late last week).
>
>The subscriber database has been partially recovered but it is at
>least a month out of date.
>
>
>Presently the list is limping along in a manual mode without the
>benefits that the majordomo listmanager software provides
>(no auto subscribe, unsubscribe, spam filtering etc.)
>
>
>I'll be working on returning it to it's previous state of functionality,
>BUT it appears at least 50 subscriber entries have been lost for good,
>and address updates/unsbscriptions made over the past month or so are
>gone too.
>
>
>If you've unsubscribed but are now receiving list traffic again and
>don't desire it, email to raymond.anderson@sun.com .
>
>A announcement will be made when the list is fully operational.
>
>In the meantime, traffic may be sent to the list as usual, however with
>no spam filtering there _may_ be some spurious noise on the list as well.
>
>Sorry for the confusion.
>
>For those who wonder how the list crashed, rest assured that you
>DON'T want to know :)
>
>
>Ray Anderson
>Sun Microsystems Inc.
>
>
>
>


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