The DSA "cn=Bush Dog" will be moving later in the week

Mark Prior <mrp@itd.adelaide.edu.au> Wed, 29 July 1992 08:00 UTC

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Subject: The DSA "cn=Bush Dog" will be moving later in the week
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 92 16:32:48 +0930
From: Mark Prior <mrp@itd.adelaide.edu.au>

The performance (or lack of it) of Bush Dog has got beyond a joke (not
really surprising since it is on a 8MB Sun3/60), so I intend moving it
to the machine that currently runs c=AU@o=DMD@cn=Platypus (currently a
24MB DS3100 but it should be upgraded soon). This will mean that the
data will be merged and Platypus will disappear (I have no intention
of running two DSAs on the same machine).

Hopefully this will all happen with a minimum of fuss/problems but
just in case expect things to be a bit flakey.

This will also mean that the version of Quipu will change back to 7.0,
so I can support DECnet/OSI.

Mark.