[Catalog-sig] [Infrastructure] PyPi "D" host outage

Noah Kantrowitz noah at coderanger.net
Thu Jan 31 19:11:54 CET 2013

Alas this, and all other PyPI mirrors, are run independently so not much we can do except encourage people to check the mirror status page at pypi-mirrors.org. The catalog-sig team I think has contact info for each mirror, so thats another option to try and reach out, and as a last resort we could revoke the DNS alias.


On Jan 31, 2013, at 9:00 AM, Steve Holden wrote:

> Is this known about? Being worked on? Someone else's problem? According to http://bit.ly/WAG99u we've had a (mirror?) host down for four days with no action. Shouldn't there be regular automated functionality checks on this? Isn't it wonderful being a volunteer? ;-)
> Is there anything we can do abut this situation, or is the host not under our control? Don't want to make trouble as you are probably busy enough already, so not copying the board on this.
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