From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-02 10:47:59
Roland Schwarz wrote:
> Rene Rivera schrieb:
>>I got this from SF support:
>>There is no permissions issue, that is simply a documented
>>problem of the permissions that must be set on files for the
>>webserver to write them. We highly recommend you consider
>>moving to MySQL for the storage of your writable content,
>>as that is less likely to be destroyed by an extraneous file
>>removal by another user.
> Does this mean that the files could have been deleted by a bad user?
Well either a malicious user, or a really stupid one.
> This really hurts!
> Hopefully all posters still have backups.
>>I can't put it on my server as I just don't have
>>the bandwidth available. I'm going to check the Boost Consulting server
>>since we server the Boost mirror from that.
> Do you have enough bandwith to schedule a regular backup to your machine?
I do... but SF doesn't provide any easy was to do reliable backups. They
mention using tar and scp, which is horribly insufficient.
I'm in the middle of moving the vault to
http://boost-consulting.com/vault - Just getting some of the details
> What else comes to mind is using a peer to peer file sharing program.
> Do you have any experience with this?
Well I have experience using P2P. But not setting up a server, or
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