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Re: out of order messages from

 On Thu, Mar 06, 2008 at 04:46:38PM -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote: 
> Both John and I have full time jobs. We don't have a 24X7 TOC. 
> We generally, don't do that many detailed checks. 

Fair enough again.  I know it can be a thankless job running a community 
colo, and I appreciate your work maintaining the BLU list. 

I will say in Mailgraph's defense, it's dead easy to set up.  We have a 
rather crufty Cacti install on our machine that has broken almost any time 
we've touched Apache/PHP/Mysql, but Mailgraph just keeps chugging along 
and is useful for keeping an eye on what's happening with Postfix.  It's a 
simple daemonized perl script and an associated perl CGI script to output 
the graphs. 

Anyway, speaking of the community, you mentioned a little fundraiser at 
the last meeting; is there a Paypal account set up for that?  Do you 
prefer cash or a check at the meeting? 


this is an unbearable strain, but i'm doing it as hard as i've ever 
done it before.                                         <ignignokt> 

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