[Discussioni]AGNULA launches the "Libre Music" project

Andrea Glorioso andrea.glorioso a agnula.org
Mer 24 Dic 2003 10:14:04 CET


>>>>> "d" == Lucia Mazzoni <lucia.mazzoni a aster.it> writes:

    d> --
    >> The AGNULA Team info a agnula.org Our mailing lists:
    >> http://lists.agnula.org/ Our web site: http://www.agnula.org/

    d> ehm ehm ... che cosa  successo?  In rete il dominio risulta
    d> "expired".....  :( 

Per la legge di Murphy  si e` verificato  un incrocio di problemi.  Il
dominio agnula.org  e` effettivamente scaduto, ma mydomain.com (presso
cui era stato originariamente  effettuata la registrazione) non  ci ha
notificato  della scadenza (non  guardare  l'indirizzo e-mail che c'e`
ora su mydomain, e` sbagliato, ma fino a 5 giorni fa era correttamente
indicato come admin a centrotemporeale.it).

Ora abbiamo rinnovato il  dominio e stiamo disperatamente cercando  di
affrettare i tempi di propagazione del DNS, ma  il tutto e` rallentato
dai  tempi    tecnici  di  MyDomain;   prima   che  il  dominio    sia
definitivamente    rinnovato,     MyDomain  continuera` a    propagare
l'indirizzo IP 64.85.73.31 insieme a  130.237.67.101 - quest'ultimo e`
quello corretto, il primo punta al server  di MyDomain dove tengono le
pagine "il vostro dominio e` scaduto".

Allego un comunicato che avevo fatto circolare (non su questa lista)
quando ci siamo accorti del problema:

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Dear all,

as  some  of  you   might have  noticed,  the   `agnula.org' domain is
suffering some   reachability   problems from  various parts  of   the
Internet.   

From a practical  point of view, this means  that  mail to @agnula.org
addresses  and   to @lists.agnula.org     mailing  lists, access    to
http://www.agnula.org|devel.agnula.org|cvs.agnula.org|download.agnula.org
and/or CVS updates and commits might have failed with various errors.

After  noticing the fact  and contacting our system administrators, we
boiled down  the problem  to some (not   yet fully understood) changes
made by    our registrar,  MyDomain,  to  the  agnula.org   domain and
subdomains thereof.  A query to your DNS might return two IP addresses
associated with our domains, namely:

130.237.67.101
64.85.73.31

The first one is our actual IP address (i.e. the address of the server
hosted  at  KTH, in   Sweden:  agnula.speech.kth.se).  The   second IP
address is not owned  nor managed by any of  the AGNULA partners,  and
seems to be used by Cable & Wireless network.

Up to now, we don't know the reason of this change, nor how to disable
the 64.85.73.31 IP address.  We have instructed MyDomain to direct all
DNS management to our server, so that we can directly handle this kind
of problems in the future.

If you happen  to have problems reaching   any of the AGNULA  services
(web sites, mailing  lists, e-mail addresses) please  wait at least 24
hours from this  moment before reporting problems  to the usual places
[0].  MyDomain should make the wrong IP address vanish in a few hours.

If you persist having problems after 24 hours, feel free to contact us
so that we can debug that the cause might be.

On behalf of the AGNULA team,

--
Andrea Glorioso                        andrea.glorioso a agnula.org
AGNULA/DeMuDi Techie                       http://www.agnula.org/
"There's no free expression without control on the tools you use"

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Mi dispiace molto per  l'inconveniente  (sia per  gli utenti  che  non
riescono  a  raggiungere il  nostro  host,  sia per noi   che dobbiamo
perdere tempo dietro  a queste sciocchezze)  che  spero verra` risolto
quanto prima.

ciao,

andrea
--
Andrea Glorioso                        andrea.glorioso a agnula.org
AGNULA/DeMuDi Techie                       http://www.agnula.org/
"There's no free expression without control on the tools you use"



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