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CDN services (especially if you're using some sort of gslb) can be pretty spendy. (For those uninitiated, that means serving content to the user from the geographically closest location) The company I work for maintains their own global CDN services, and the amount they spend on networking, storage,...
- Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:01 am
- Forum: Announcements
- Topic: Site outage 9/10-9/11
- Replies: 52
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The definition of "up" is when the website is online and accessable. If not, even if the machine's little bolp continues to give out a nice green strong light, it's considered down. Responding to requests is up. As nginx is actually returning a HTTP code it's up. Also quit your whining, it's a free...