[aprssig] Re: FindU Maps Quirky

James Jefferson Jarvis jj at aprsworld.net
Mon Feb 7 16:58:56 CST 2005

John - I meant to get back to you regarding your offerer from a few weeks
ago, but life here as been hectic.

If you want to do this, then your machine is close enough to specs for me.
Let's get in touch off list and work out some details. I'll mention a few
more things here first: I'm really busy, so it will be *at least* a month
before it serves the first map. This will put a significant load on the
machine to the point where it likely will degrade the performance of other
applications running on the machine - in your case this may not be an



> On 7 Feb 2005, at 22:24, James Jefferson Jarvis wrote:
>> Jason and SIG,
>> (I cc'ed the message to the SIG to potentially save some typing on
>> future
>> messages)
>> On Monday 07 February 2005 16:09, you wrote:
>>>> Machine needs to run Linux and have software RAID setup.
>>> Linux, or just unix?
>> If I'm maintaining it then it has to run Debian Linux. If you are
>> maintaining
>> it and don't need me to ever touch it then run it on whatever you can
>> get
>> PHP4 + Mapscript + my software to run on.
> I would like to have a go a this.
> Unfortunately the machine I'm thinking of is a SuSE 9.1 machine not
> debian (my own preference) with Dual Xeon Processors with 2GB of ram
> and about 50GB of storage space in a hardware Raid Configuration (a
> Compaq DL380). The machine isn't actually doing much at all
> (ireland.aprs2.net) at the moment, and isn't likely to be for the
> forseeable future.
> Regards
> de John
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> Telecommunications Software &  Systems Group,  http://www.tssg.org
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