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SubjectRe: overloaded
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By author: "Edward S. Marshall" <>
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> On Mon, 31 Aug 1998, Mark A. Bentley wrote:
> > DNS could be setup such that when ftp users attempt to connect to
> >, it resolves to one of the mirror sites.
> DNS round-robin is probably the best idea I've heard so far, but there's a
> problem: everyone has to agree to the same directory layout.
> Once done, however, you have a scheme much like CPAN. And their system
> works wonderfully, with a single router script at

Enough sites have said OK either use a virtual host or put a symlink
in their root directory (the proposed URL is
{http://www,ftp://ftp}.<region> that I
think this is doable. I just need to get a small cluster of cycles to
open the registry.

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