On 13.02.2010 18:49, Bernhard Schmidt wrote:
Meh, I just noticed that my mail below never got to the list, because I
wasn't fully subscribed before I hit send (and apparently it got lost in
the moderation queue).
See my comments below ... out of curiosity, I assume it is now too late
to get this in place for F13 due to the infrastructure freeze, even if
you were to use an external (i.e. my) IPv6 tracker?
> On Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 11:33:39AM -0600, Matt_Domsch(a)Dell.com wrote:
> Hi Matt,
>> We do have a Xen host and several VMs on native IPv6 hosted at ibiblio.org, which is
>> where we would want to run such a tracker ourselves if possible. The goal was to
>> run the opentracker-v6 in parallel with the existing bittorrent-based tracker.
>> notes our v6 infrastructure.
> Ah, no clue how I missed that. You even have AAAA records for the main
> website :-\
>> The problem wasn't just that statistics were unavailable (which would
>> be a problem - we like having some counts of download methods), but
>> that even retrieving them via http would crash the tracker. :-(
> Weird, the tracker I run is of course far from having the load of the
> official Fedora tracker, but it did not crash once for me in the last
> seven weeks. Fresh CVS checkout of libowfat and opentracker as of Dec
> 27th, compiled and running on an amd64 Debian (*hide*) VM. I poll the
> statistics with HTTP every minute and it has ~300 peers connected to it.
>> I looked into Azureus briefly, but IIRC it's java-based? We don't
>> have any java in our infra environment right now. That doesn't mean
>> we couldn't add it, but most FI maintainers aren't java experts. I
>> haven't looked into BitTornado.
> Yes, it's Java based and even requires X (as far as I know). And I would
> not really recommend BitTornado, it's extremely old and doesn't even
> expire peer entries correctly as far as I could see.
>> Thank you for your offer to host though - that's something we can
>> consider. The infrastructure list (copied) is the right place for
>> this discussion.
> Subscribing now ...