The traceroute worries me. I think it something higher than fdc
bash-2.05a$ traceroute fdc2.jvds.com
traceroute to fdc2.jvds.com (126.96.36.199), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 192.168.0.50 (192.168.0.50) 1.042 ms 3.196 ms 1.025 ms
2 anchor-du-3.access.demon.net (188.8.131.52) 50.276 ms 53.190 ms 54.273 ms
3 anchor-core-21-fxp3.router.demon.net (184.108.40.206) 47.680 ms 53.518 ms 53.971 ms
4 anchor-border-1-4-0-2-3.router.demon.net (220.127.116.11) 53.955 ms 50.348 ms 47.960 ms
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I just got done with a few server moves and multiple hours of downtime on some other servers and now this.. I don't know why I still keep servers there. Wherever the problem lies lets hope it gets resolved quickly.
ops, sorry for the swears. forgot about that. Just one other comment. As for you people saying they are going to go else where. good luck in the hunt. There are not many other places that will let you have up to 10mbits for under 200 bucks. let us know what you find.
I think cheaper than FDC is impossible, but consider how much money is lost in these downtimes, not to mention the visitor loss. Like I said, paying 25% more may be worth it. It's not for everyone though.
Ite, They switched to the back up router but there is some packet loss and such. My site has been up and down thourgh out the day. They should have everything back to normal by morning. At least that is what bummer from FDC said in the forums when i was able to get in.
My main server is also located at FDC. It has been down all day and I am starting to become quite angry. I am tired of receiving phone calls from my clients wondering what it going on. I am tired of the constant downtime with these people. They say there was a power surge. Dont you think a datacenter of their size would have some kind of protection against that? Its rediculous. I would also like to know what the hell is going on.
Ok, well yes i am sure they had surge proction. But the surge hit the building they are in. It talk our a lot more then just a router. in FDC alone it took our a handfull of servers too and part of the router.
Well I am sure as hell glad it wasnt one of mine because I could access it slightly earlier today. Anyway, is there any estimated time that everything should be back to normal? Now I need to think of a way to explain this in a way my users will understand.
Originally posted by deeplist Well I am sure as hell glad it wasnt one of mine because I could access it slightly earlier today. Anyway, is there any estimated time that everything should be back to normal? Now I need to think of a way to explain this in a way my users will understand.