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    Contributed by Anonymous on Tuesday, June 05 @ 16:25:53 BST

    Since sunday I cannot connect to master anymore. No doubt
    I've been send email about this, but as I get my email from master
    I cannot read it.

    No problem I think. I'll read the archives. Bummer:
    is also on master. So I check the db. No news. I check the frontpage. No news. I check
    Traffic that I cannot see, but no obvious messages.

    I'm certain people are working on this, but how can I find out?

    ressu: Yes, Master is down. According to Joey Hess it's having kernel problems/disk errors/something extremely wacky (this info was found on debian-devel@l.d.o)

    ressu: and yes, it's been fixed already =)

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  • " down?" | Login/Create Account | 4 comments

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    Well - submit a bug report (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, June 05 @ 17:58:00 BST

    except, it seems, the BTS is in that basket too...

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    Re: down? (Score: 2, Informative)
    by Lo-lan-do (lolando@d.o) on Friday, June 08 @ 11:17:11 BST
    (User Info) is back up. It was moved, so it changed IP address, but it seems to be OK otherwise.

    The bug report #100000 was attributed during that downtime, and the winner is... jed. For now.

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