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Message 816356 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 19:36:51 UTC
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Looks like, we are now back again. I can watch the forums.


That was strange!
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Message 816365 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:02:15 UTC
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@ crazyrabbit1

Thanks for your call! :-)
[We have the same IP]

I'm back in the SETI@home-forum.. :-D

The last 2 days I felt so alone.. :-(
;-D

But it's little strange.. it was only the SETI@home-homepage?
Or they cutted the cable to USA? ;-)
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Message 816372 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:24:13 UTC

The last 2 days I felt so alone.. :-(


comeon, you had some company over at lunatics. ;-)
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Message 816373 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:24:18 UTC - in response to Message 816212.  
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So it seems that at least one server is misconfigured - it is trying (and failing) to use HTTP/1.0, when the GET specifies HTTP/1.1

Server 208.68.240.18 uses HTTP/1.1 correctly.

I've not seen a server where you can "configure" only HTTP/1.0 or only HTTP/1.1.

The "service unavailable" message probably means that the server you want, and the server that is answering are two different servers.

Edit: that'd match with some DNS glitch.
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Message 816376 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:28:42 UTC - in response to Message 816373.  

So it seems that at least one server is misconfigured - it is trying (and failing) to use HTTP/1.0, when the GET specifies HTTP/1.1

Server 208.68.240.18 uses HTTP/1.1 correctly.

I've not seen a server where you can "configure" only HTTP/1.0 or only HTTP/1.1.

The "service unavailable" message probably means that the server you want, and the server that is answering are two different servers.

Edit: that'd match with some DNS glitch.

According to Matt (PM), "208.68.240.13 server needed an autofs/httpd kick" - whatever that is. It seems to have worked, anyway.
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Message 816380 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:33:56 UTC

According to Matt (PM), "208.68.240.13 server needed an autofs/httpd kick" - whatever that is. It seems to have worked, anyway.


Sounds like the server lost some (nfs-)filesystem and httpd stumbled upon that.


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Message 816389 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 20:46:16 UTC

i have no problems here

Greetings from Germany NRW
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Message 816401 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 21:08:43 UTC - in response to Message 816372.  

The last 2 days I felt so alone.. :-(


comeon, you had some company over at lunatics. ;-)


..yes.. ;-D



BUT, what was the prob?
It was 'only' our IP german Telekom?


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Message 816402 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 21:08:53 UTC

Finally the trouble with connecting to this forum is over, for now.
Everything back to normal.

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Message 816403 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 21:10:22 UTC - in response to Message 816389.  

i have no problems here

Greetings from Germany NRW
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It's look like it was 'only' german Telekom user..

Which IP you have?


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Message 816405 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 21:13:38 UTC - in response to Message 816401.  
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BUT, what was the prob?
It was 'only' our IP german Telekom?
It sounds like there were multiple issues being confused and you may have seen one or all of them, including I reckon, still the most plausible explanation was the internet elves fiddling with the wiring, but hopefully they've gotten bored with that and gone home to Redmond.
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Message 816415 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 21:38:53 UTC
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BUT, what was the prob?
It was 'only' our IP german Telekom?


As stated before, it wasn't DNS related.

I still trace the same routes as before, so it wasn't the routing.

Now I can only imagine some ISP/carrier along the way messed around with some kind of application layer (5) filering.

Or something else I never heard of...


EDIT:
Both the elves- and the alien-theory are good too.
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Message 816437 - Posted: 9 Oct 2008, 22:07:38 UTC - in response to Message 816415.  

BUT, what was the prob?
It was 'only' our IP german Telekom?


As stated before, it wasn't DNS related.

I still trace the same routes as before, so it wasn't the routing.

Now I can only imagine some ISP/carrier along the way messed around with some kind of application layer (5) filering.

Or something else I never heard of...


EDIT:
Both the elves- and the alien-theory are good too.


Well, here is a monkey wrench for you. I have a couple of boxes at work that can't reach LHC@home, but the boxes at home have no problem. The problem has been going on for a few days. If I remember the toplogoly right I suspect an interconnect point in the bay area. I'm in Southern California and the ISP with the problem routes into the bay area the other doesn't.

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Message 816627 - Posted: 10 Oct 2008, 12:06:59 UTC

It was not just Germany users that had problems.

I am in UK using T-Mobile and also had problems for last 2 days.

All now working OK.

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Message 816664 - Posted: 10 Oct 2008, 14:23:36 UTC - in response to Message 816403.  

i have no problems here

Greetings from Germany NRW
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It's look like it was 'only' german Telekom user..

Which IP you have?



I also never had a problem.

With each crime and every kindness we birth our future.
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