you tried importing the enwiki dump three times now; and the mysql server
broke all three times. Couldn't you just try to copy the innoddb files from
one of the production dbs to zedler? Sure there's still a chance that it
doesn't work then, and sure that makes some circumstances, but the result
could be that it actually works.
mysql at zedler is crashed during the enwiki-import and I'm not able to
restart it, because a table seems hardly crashed. So I guess mysql will
be offline until river (or another root with more mysql-experience then
me) is going to fix it.
Just for information.
One of my scripts use it, could you
ln -s /proc/self/fd/1 /dev/stdout
Lorenzo `paulatz' Paulatto
``Grandissima mi par l'inezia di coloro che vorrebbero che Iddio avesse
fatto l'universo più proporzionato alla piccola capacità del lor discorso.''
--Galileo Galilei (Opere VII)
in one hour the login-services zone will be shut down and deinstalled.
i will take a last dump of /home after that in case people still need
files from it (please contact zedler-admins@ if so).
I plan to let switch the address tools.wikimedia.de from zedler to
hemlock on sunday 12:00 (UTC). So please test your tools on hemlock, if
not allready done, and report errors to the bugzilla on hemlock (please
do not use the mediawiki-one ;)).
If there are big problems, the data can certainly moved.
> RFC 1912 define a valueset between 20 minutes and 12h, but I have never
> seen a system with values under 1h (perhaps because a few systems
> ignores values under 1h).
I've never seen a system ignoring the TTL. TTL below 20 minutes is not
uncommon, e.g. all dyndns-services use very short TTLs, e.g. 60 seconds.
This is not a problem at all.
It's an insane world, but i'm proud to be a part of it. -- Bill Hicks