I see, thanks.
*This is an Encyclopedia* <https://www.wikipedia.org/>
*One gateway to the wide garden of knowledge, where lies The deep rock of
our past, in which we must delve The well of our future,The clear water we
must leave untainted for those who come after us,The fertile earth, in
which truth may grow in bright places, tended by many hands,And the broad
fall of sunshine, warming our first steps toward knowing how much we do not
On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 4:42 PM, Greg Grossmeier <greg(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
<quote name="Pine W"
date="2015-02-05" time="16:32:15 -0800">
Interesting. I thought that WMF had full
redundancy among at least two
physical sites for tech infrastructure, in case any location went
completely offline, such as if there is a fire or flood. Is this not the
case, and if so, is full redundancy capability planned?
We only have one primary datacenter right now ("EQIAD" in Ashburn, VA),
the others ("ULSFO" in SF, "ESAMS" in Amsterdam) are just cache
There is a new datacenter coming online which will be a full fledged DC
along with EQIAD, this one is called CODFW (in Dallas, TX). That DC is
not yet operational (machines are still being installed/etc) and after
it is there will still be work to make MediaWiki the software fully
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