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From Shaun Ewing <s.ew...@aussiehq.com.au>
Subject Re: Mirror - no longer using closest?
Date Wed, 18 Feb 2009 23:54:17 GMT

On 19/02/09 10:40 AM, "Gavin" <gavin@16degrees.com.au> wrote:
>
> Yep, I get the same as Shane.
>
> However, a recent upgrade to ASF servers saw a GeoIP module missing,
> hopefully that is sorted now.
>
> Gav...
>
>
>

I've just figured out why I'm seeing the funny mirror list.

Sometime recently www.apache.org and subdomains have deployed IPv6 AAAA
records.

I have native IPv6 connectivity at home and the office, so when this
happened I started getting a list of random mirrors (but not the Australian
ones).

FYI this is what I see:
http://cdn.se.id.au/miscimages/httpd-mirrors.jpg

For what it's worth, our mirror (http://apache.mirror.aussiehq.net.au) has
native IPv6 connectivity, so if you ever start doing GeoIP with IPv6... :)

-Shaun


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