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Alright, no one said that, but they should be. You might have noticed the flaky galleries after the move to INETA.org servers. It is caused by redundant servers without redundant uploads. So in other words, you unload an image and only one of our servers has it. I hope we can find a solutions soon, but if you know of some good file replication software or how to use the existing stuff with W2K3, please contact me. Posted on Thursday, August 19, 2004 9:35 PM Geekswithblogs.net | Back to top


Comments on this post: What the hell is wrong with our galleries punk?

# re: What the hell is wrong with our galleries punk?
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My poor-man's upload replication was to store the actual binary in a centralized database. When the file is requested, an IHTTPHandler intercepted the request (for the entire folder....) checked for the file, and if it was not found, grabbed it from the database, saved it to the folder, and let the request continue as normal. If the file was found, it checked a timestamp in the database to see if the db file was newer.
Left by Derick Bailey on Aug 20, 2004 2:18 PM

# re: What the hell is wrong with our galleries punk?
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You could always use Microsofts Application Center.
Left by Edgardo Vega on Oct 11, 2004 8:01 AM

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